Wine Tasting in Los Altos

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  • Woodside Vineyards
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: 'Woodside Vineyard ' facet_type_id: 93b13730-5f2b-1032-afeb-fb385a054764 html_text: Harvested from more than two dozen sites around Woodside, some of the grapes that transform into Woodside Vineyard's wines grow plump on vines that have thrived there since as early as 1884. Back in 1960, the winery's founder Bob Mullen began crafting small batches of wine in limited quantities. Today, he works with the head winemaker Brian Caselden, and together, they produce more than 3,000 cases annually. On weekends, guests travel to the picturesque winery to visit the tasting room, where they can sip up to five varietals, from Chardonnay to Port.
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    205 Constitution Dr.
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • Domenico Wines
    In 1955, Dominick Chirichillo’s grandfather began teaching him the family pastime: winemaking. They worked on a wine press in the basement of his New York home, transforming bunches of grapes into nuanced reds and whites. Quickly finding that the hobby of his ancestors was his passion, Dominick entered his creations in amateur competitions around the East Coast. When he felt confident enough to open up his own winery, he moved to northern California, lured by the prospect of living and working right next door to the vineyards that grew his grapes. His winery—named Domenico to honor his Italian heritage—now produces boutique wines that have won more than 300 awards for their rich, complex palates and excellent scores in the swimsuit competition. Some varieties are made in batches of only 100 or 200 cases, allowing his staff to innovate fearlessly. Locals often drop by the winery’s spacious tasting room to sample these limited-edition flavors. Outfitted with a 24-foot mahogany bar and sweeping drapes, the tasting room recalls an elegant Tuscan café, complete with impeccable hospitality. The staff eagerly shares the undertones and flavors of every pour, suggesting potential food pairings or the best glass of red to throw at an offensive suitor.
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    1697 Industrial Rd
    San Carlos, CA US
  • Old World Spirits
    Skip breakfast? No problem! Old World Spirits features a fresh selection of juice that's easy to grab while on the go. Cocktail enthusiasts will be happy to know that Old World Spirits has affordable and tasty liquor and spirit options. Dial down your thirst with some delicious drinks that are both refreshing and cool. Those driving to Old World Spirits can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot.
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    121 Industrial Way
    Belmont, CA US
  • Trojak'knier Winery
    Take a table at Trojak'knier Winery in Half Moon Bay and look forward to your next meal. Endless parking options are readily available close to Trojak'knier Winery. Trojak'knier Winery offers safe bike parking outside. If you go out for a nice meal, it doesn't need to cost $100, come treat yourself at Trojak'knier Winery.
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    151 Harvard Avenue
    Half Moon Bay, CA US
  • Ruthe Roberts Vintners Collective
    Ruthe Roberts Vintners Collective offers an unparalleled selection of both liquors and spirits, all of which are available at an affordable price. If you are making your way over to Ruthe Roberts Vintners Collective, make sure you check out the convenient parking options located nearby.
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    14510 Big Basin Way
    Saratoga, CA US
  • Travieso Winery
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Travieso Winery facet_type_id: b581b770-5f37-1032-ab7f-9bf2cc04e93a html_text: Ray Sliter is a California-born marine geologist, and Mats Hagstrom a Swedish-born physician, but they claim at least one common passion—wine. The duo began crafting wine when, one day in 1999, Mats arrived at Ray’s door with a half-ton of grapes, given to him by a patient, and a used barrel. They launched their wine-making pursuit nearly immediately and, in 2005, became fully bonded as Travieso Winery. Today, the duo hold close to their original principles—they purchase grapes by the acre to ensure control, stir in wild yeast, and limit suflites during production. They press each of their wines in new french-oak barrels, and age the concoctions for at least a year, even when they're really thirsty. The end result is a range of cheekily themed Spanish- and California-style wines, which their tasting room supplies by the bottle or introduces by the glass at Saturday tastings.
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    165 Cristich Ln
    Campbell, CA US

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