Wine Tasting Reservationsfor La Mesa Vineyards
Location:13200 Shenandoah Road, Plymouth, CA, USA
Cost:FREE – $15.00 per person
About this experience
Enjoy a wine tasting at La Mesa Vineyard's new, modern tasting room overlooking a valley of grapevines. Our high altitude vineyards are on steep terraced hillsides at 2,000 foot elevation where we grow Rhône and Italian varietals that thrive in the cooler climate here and rich red volcanic granitic soil.
We offer reservation times starting at 11am with the last reservation at 4pm. Reservations are for an hour.
Tasting Fees: are $15 and include a flight of 5 red or 5 white/rosé wines (or a mix as you prefer!) with tableside service in a handmade carafe flight board. Tasting fees are charged at the end of your tasting and we waive one tasting fee for 1 bottle purchased. We do tastings outdoors on our terrace or inside our tasting room.
Outside Tasting: Enjoy the beautiful views on our outside patio while seated. From May-October the patio is covered with a shade sail system providing comfort. November-April is our rainy season and may impact our ability to seat guests outside. Please dress warmly during this time if you plan to sit outside. We also offer "Lava Bun" heated seats for outside seating as needed.
Inside Tasting: We have nine 2-person seated tables inside our air conditioned or heated tasting room and also allow for seating and/or standing at the tasting bar for up to 15. We can only seat groups over 4 on our outside terrace or if space permits standing at the inside tasting bar.
Wine Club Members: Tastings are complimentary for wine club members up to 4 in your party.
Cancellation Policy: Please cancel your reservation 24 hours before your scheduled time by contacting us at email@example.com.
Originally from Montréal, Québec, Côme made his way to California as a technology entrepreneur. His ventures started in Africa where he pioneered mobile telecom services, to silicon valley in the smartphone, venture capital and intellectual property spaces. He grew up with a large extended family, with 10 generations going back to 1690 involved in agriculture in Canada. His grandfather farmed an apple orchard that eventually became Quebec’s pioneering ice wine vineyard, l’Orpailleur. A passion for wines brought him to explore the special Amador County region and eventually secure a place of his own with a vineyard in the premiere California Shenandoah Valley AVA.