Wines are often named for their region of origin, such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, or Tightly Sealed Bin on Windowsill. Send taste buds traveling with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for a wine tasting with cheese pairing for 2 (a $70 value)
- $55 for a wine tasting with cheese pairing for 4 (a $140 value)
- $49 for a Barrel Room tour for up to 20 (a $400 value)
Inside a nearly century-old barn, the tasting room makes a charming venue to sample the winery's award-winning varietals. Between bites of carefully selected cheeses, visitors might sip such beverages as the soft, fruity 2011 Novantina fiano, the 2009 Black Hat gold-medal tempranillo, and the 2008 syrah with velvety notes of cherry.
Scribner Bend Vineyards
The Scribner family has been a fixture of the Sacramento River Delta since 1893, when George Washington Scribner settled along the river bend that would eventually bear his name. Five generations since the fertile soil first beckoned the patriarch, the family is still putting the original barn to good use—now as a tasting room where the Scribners' award-winning wines get the attention and ambiance they deserve. The family’s alluring adult beverages reach their palate-pleasing potential thanks to the expertise of 50-year winemaker William Ghiglieri, who helps the Scribners maintain their century-old legacy. Visitors can rent out the vineyard for private events, lending a convivial elegance to such get-togethers as corporate parties, bridal showers, or pet goldfish funerals.
100% of 18 customers recommend
“Bring a picnic basket and enjoy a bottle of their wine. Lovely place.”
“Good wines, amazing staff, wonderful experience.”
“the assistant wine maker was really great to chat with to learn more about the wine and since we came after the big group left, we had the opportunity to actually ask...”
“the assistant wine maker was really great to chat with to learn more about the wine and since we came after the big group left, we had the opportunity to actually ask questions and monolopize her time a bit.”