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We love throwing a good event at both our locations. Enjoy wine tasting events, theater-inspired festivities, music and foodie events at our tasting room in Sutter Creek. We built a stag at our old barn at Shake Ridge Ranch for live music with room for dancing after big dinners. We have a lot of festivities in the works. Keep checking back for more to come.

Wine Club Release Party 
April 2nd

Just for you AMIGOS! Join us for bites to pair with our newest releases ~ 2011 Syrah, 2015 Zinfandel, 2013 Tempranillo. She Calls Him Wilson will perform and as an added treat, wine writer Mike Dunne will be there hosting a book signing for his newest release, The Signature Wines of Superior California. 

On the menu...

Beef Bulgogi Bite (Korean beef on top of a cucumber slice with feta) ~ 2013 Tempranillo 

Mushroom Crostini (Savory French mushroom rage over crostini) ~ 2011 Syrah

Fried Olives ~ 2015 Zinfandel

Dinner & Show
April 22nd I 5pm

One of our favorite folk bands, Late for the Train, will perform at the Sutter Creek Theater. In honor of this exciting news, we decided to throw a dinner party before the show. Tickets $50 per person (includes dinner and concert). On the menu... 

Course 1

Savory Mushroom "cobbler" and greens : assorted mushrooms, reduced cream sauce,  homemade biscuit crumbles toasted  in our woodfired oven and a micro green salad.


Course 2

Double Dipped Fried Chicken or Underdog Acres Oyster Mushrooms(vegetarian) served with charred cabbage and pickled mustard seed.  Side dipping sauces: Moonrise Truffle Ranch and Calabrian Chili spicy honey.



Sweet focaccia with seasonal fruits and cream cheese frosting.

*Assorted Moonrise sourdough with Yorba wine butter will be served at each table. Wine will be available to purchase separately.


Artist Exhibit
February 1st - April 30th

Join us for a new art exhibition at our tasting room, featuring Dan Lythcott-Haims. Dan is a sculptor, photographer, and assemblage artist. View his exhibition at our tasting room starting in February through the end of April.


 To learn more about Dan and his work, click here visit his website.

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