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Yorkville Cellars

25701 Highway 128
Yorkville, CA 95494
(707) 894-9177

Tasting:   Open daily 11 to 6 pm, winter 11 to 5pm
Complimentary Tasting
5% off 6-11 bottles, 10% off case
Amenities:
  All Organic Vineyard
Price Range:   $16 to $36 per bottle
Established:   1992
Vineyards:   30 acres
Production:
  8,000 cases
Winery Dog:   Shadow

Yorkville Cellars Description

One hundred miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, along picturesque Highway 128, is the tasting room and organic vineyards of Yorkville Cellars. The winery specializes in aromatic Sauvignon Blanc, rich Bordeaux blends and great country charm.

Heading west toward the Mendocino coastline is a country road that winds past sheep ranches, apple and peach orchards, redwood forests and the organic vineyards of Yorkville Cellars. It is the first winery you come to in the Anderson Valley, located near the tiny berg of Yorkville (population 25).

The wood-sided tasting room is perched above the vineyards and has one of the nicest views in the valley. Large mature oak trees dot the property, with picnic areas available for visitors. Inside is a comfortable room with oriental carpets complementing the wood walls and tasting bar. Some pottery and other gift items are for sale.

Yorkville Cellars’ wines are made in the European style, with lower alcohol and higher acidity to complement food. Case lots are small and run between 500 and 1,000 cases. The red blends are produced from the five traditional Bordeaux grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot. The white blend is made from Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. All the varietals are produced in separate bottlings, and all of Yorkville’s wines are from organically certified grapes from Anderson Valley. Their own 30-acre vineyard has been farmed organically since it was planted in the 1980s.

Yorkville Cellars Features

Ambiance Types of Wine Amenities
Kid Friendly
Off the Beaten Path
Family Run
Country Charm
Casual & Relaxed
Storefront only
Cabernet Sauvignon
Tours Available
Picnic Sites- Superior
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Yorkville Cellars Reviews

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Stop for Bordeaux
brianw, Concord
Great opportunity to sample the noble grapes of Bordeaux. Nice tasting room upstairs overlooking the vines. If Gary is pouring he is quite an experience as are the Owners. Favorites are the blends, Eleanor of Aquitaine and Richard the Lion Heart. Plus their spankings are incredible with ever changing varietals used. A must stop if you have an interest in Bordeaux.

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Great little spot
Wino, Sacremento
Driving up the highway this is the first large vineyard you come to. The tasting room is up on the side of the hill and looks over Anderson Valley. They make their wine from organic grapes grown on site. The Bordeaux varieties are always my favorites, especially their silky Merlot. A great first stop in the Valley.

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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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