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La Mesa Primitivo 2020 awarded

Great wines. Made in Amador.

Located just 45 minutes east of Sacramento in Plymouth, California, La Mesa Vineyards offers a wide selection of award-winning reds, whites and specialty wines made from rare Rhône and Italian grape varietals that are locally sourced and estate-grown in our high-altitude vineyard.

Feature Wines

Pruning in early spring at La Mesa Vineyards

Made Right Here.

Every bottle of La Mesa wine is made onsite right at our high-altitude vineyard estate. We control everything from vine-to-bottle to give you the best wine quality and tasting experience.

Our vineyard is located in the Sierra Foothills on steep terraced hillsides, at 2,000 foot elevation. Here we grow Rhône and Italian grape varietals (9 total) that thrive in the rich-red volcanic granitic soil.

Discover the winemaking methods, sustainability practices and grape varietals behind our craft wines.

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Latest News

La Mesa Chardonnay Awarded

Jun 11, 2024

La Mesa Chardonnay Awarded "Best of Class" at 2024 OC Fair

This week, La Mesa Vineyards of Amador County was decorated with two major awards at the 2024 Orange County Fair Comm...
La Mesa Lower Case Shipping Rates Now Available

May 22, 2024

Lower Case Shipping Rates Now Available

Ship a full case of La Mesa wine in California or Nevada for just $35. Or any other U.S. state we service, for only $49.
La Mesa Wins

Apr 25, 2024

La Mesa Wins "Best of California" Prize at 2024 State Fair

This week, La Mesa Vineyards was decorated with two major awards at the 2024 California State Fair:La Mesa Primitivo ...
Thursday Happy Hour Specials

Feb 29, 2024

Thursday Happy Hour Specials

On Thursdays and Fridays 1-4pm, Club members who visit enjoy a free Bistro mini-charcuterie appetizer to share along with their glass of wine at no charge. Purchase 6+ wine bottles and receive a 20% discount (25% for Club). 
Low-Sulfite Wines: Facts and Myths

Feb 15, 2024

Low-Sulfite Wines: Facts and Myths

How are sulfites used in winemaking? Are sulfites bad for you? What are “low sulfite” wines? We answer some common questions here.
A Highway 49 Driving Tour

Feb 15, 2024

A Highway 49 Driving Tour

Looking for a scenic drive? This compelling article provides an outstanding play-by-play narrative of many prominent ...

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