OGP/Vineyard 1869 Event at Andis Wines, Scott Harvey Wines, and Vino Noceto

OGP/Vineyard 1869 Event at Andis Wines, Scott Harvey Wines, and Vino Noceto

Saturday, January, 18th – Sunday, January, 19th

Celebrating Over 150 Years

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Tour & Passport Tasting – $65 per person, only 20 tickets per tour, weather permitting

Passport Tasting Only – $45 per person, only 150 tickets available

The Original Granpère Vineyard, also known as Vineyard 1869, is the oldest documented Zinfandel vineyard in America. In 2020, we celebrate over 150 years of Zinfandel from this acclaimed vineyard.

Still producing today, only four wineries are privileged enough to receive fruit from this vineyard. Three of them are here in Amador County – Andis Wines, Scott Harvey Wines, and Vino Noceto.

Vineyard Tours – 10 am Saturday Jan. 18th & Sunday Jan. 19th you’ll have the chance to walk amongst the ancient vines themselves – Saturday with winemaker Rusty Folena of Vino Noceto and Sunday, with past proprietor & winemaker, Scott Harvey. Tickets include tasting pass. Reservations are required, as space is limited to 20 people.

Unique Tastings – 11am – 4pm Saturday-Sunday, January 18-19th, each winery will be offering current and library vintage tastings of their OGP/Vineyard 1869 Zinfandel, paired with curated small bites. The passport ticket will grant you access to all three locations.

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