Nestled against the Sierra Foothills, in the heart of California’s scenic Gold Rush Country, Ironstone Vineyards will surprise and delight you with a winery that places as much emphasis on the natural beauty and history of our surroundings, as we do on the quality of our wines.
Tantalize your senses and explore our award-winning wines in our Tasting Room and Gourmet Delicatessen. Both rustic and elegant, its main features include a monumental 42-foot stone fireplace and historic oak bar. Take time to wind your way through The Heritage Museum and Jewelry Shoppe where fine jewelry and objects d’art are intertwined with a collection of gold rush treasures. Make sure not to miss our magnificent forty-four pound Crystalline Gold Leaf Specimen - the largest in the world!
This state-of-the-art wine production facility, built in the style of a 19th century gold stamp mill, has antiques and gold mining artifacts on display both inside and throughout the grounds. Just below the Tasting Room, you can find the artfully restored Alhambra Theatre Pipe Organ. Ironstone Vineyards also houses a Culinary Exhibition Center, an Outdoor Amphitheatre , Wine Aging Caverns, Meeting and Banquet Facilities, and fourteen acres of Spectacular Lakeside Gardens.
Ironstone is so much more than a winery. Family-owned and family-oriented, there is always something interesting happening including complimentary tours, cooking demonstrations, silent movies, holiday brunches, concerts, and gold panning for children of all ages.
Tasting Room Hours are: Monday - Friday 10 am - 5pm; Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
Deli Hours are: Monday - Sunday 11:00 am to 4:00 pm;
Jewelry Shoppe and Museum Hours are: Monday- Friday 11am - 5pm; Saturday & Sunday 11 am - 5pmWinery tours are offered at 1:30 pm and start in the Tasting Room in front of our magnificent fireplace.
PLEASE NOTE: TOURS ARE NOT SCHEDULED ON CONCERT OR SPECIAL EVENT DAYS. PLEASE CALL TO CONFIRM.
Highlights of the tours include the wine production area, wine-aging cavern, outdoor amphitheatre, gardens and Lakeside Park, as well as the Tasting Room, Culinary Exhibition Center, Alhambra Music Room and Theatre Pipe Organ, plus the Heritage Museum and Jewelry Shoppe. Depending upon winery activities, some areas on the tour are subject to availability.
There will be a small tasting fee of $5. Winery tasting fees are often waived for those guests who purchase wine. For Wine Club Members this fee is waived.