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Bantam Cellars

10851 Shenandoah Road
Plymouth, CA 95669
(209) 245-6677
Jonna@BantamCellars.com <Jonna@BantamCellars.com>

Tasting:   Open 11- 4 pm daily
$5 Credited To Purchase
10% off 6-11, 20% off case
Tours:
  Informal Tours
Amenities:
  Try the "Coop D'Ville"
Price Range:   $17 to $28 per bottle
Established:   2007
Vineyards:   60 acres
Production:
  5000 cases

Bantam Cellars Description

The newest winery and tasting room in Amador County is the countrified Bantam Cellars, located right along Shenandoah Road in a recently built tin-roofed barn. They currently make four estate-grown wines, with a bent toward Italian-style reds.

The tasting room is a replica of a 100-year-old Plymouth barn found just down the road. Inside is a spacious room paneled with Douglas-fir and cedar. The tasting island is made of rich walnut wood, and a crystal chandelier hangs overhead.

According to co-owner Jonna Cobb, “It is my goal to bring Amador back to its wine roots with Bantam Cellars -- good country living, chickens in the yard, good friends, good food, fabulous wine and great times with lots of relaxed and friendly hospitality.” They certainly have a good time here making their “Coop D’Ville” blend, Primitivo, Zinfandel and Viognier wines.

Winemaker and co-owner Garth Cobb brings with him experience from Karly Winery, where he and his family produce Rhone varietals along with Amador Zinfandel. Informal tours are available.

Bantam Cellars Features

Ambiance Types of Wine Amenities
Kid Friendly
Family Run
Country Charm
Casual & Relaxed
Syrah
Italian
Tours Available
Picnic Sites
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Ryan_S, San Luis Obispo
As the newest winery in the region, they attempt to bring back the country style theme that was a part of the area many years ago. I took a quick tour which was very informative. Great red wines!

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The above reviews are the subjective opinion of Winery Advisor members and not of Winery Advisor LLC.

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