Amador County has the perfect mixture of climate and volcanic soils to produce some of the worlds most distinguished wines. The area boasts some of the oldest vines in the country and produces many award winning Zinfandels and Sauvignon Blancs. With over 40 wineries in the area there are plenty of unique experiences to be had.
Come and Experience Amador County’s Award Winning Wine Country! Packages include a two (2) nights accommodation for two (2) Adults at The Jackson Lodge in your choice of either our Deluxe King or Deluxe Dual Queen rooms. Transportation from The Jackson Lodge to and from the wineries will also be provided.
Three (3) Wineries Tour for Two (2) Adults : $399
Five (5) Wineries Tour for Two (2) Adults : $499
Additional Guests are $99 up to Two (2) per Tour.
For Groups larger than Four (4) separate packages are required.
At this winery you can learn about the entire wine making experience, from vine to bottle. Try your hand at the bottling process and work the dump glass, use a capper and label your very own bottle of wine! Wine may by their specialty, but Drytown Cellars has a well known Pear Cider that shouldn’t be missed!
Nestled in the Amador Foothills, Villa Toscano Winery gives you a truly authentic Italian feel, making this one of the areas most popular wineries. Pair your samplings with artisan pizzas and sandwiches to fully enrich the experience.
With 17 different varieties, Cooper Vineyards produces over 20 unique wines for any occasion. This family owned, working ranch has enough variety to give you a unique experience with each visit.
Home of the oldest vineyard in the area , Scott Harvey Wines has received numerous awards for their Old Vine Reserve Zinfandels and Barberas. Their tasting room is open to sample their niche wines and unique flavors.
Handcrafted wines from some of Amador County’s most historic vineyards, Terra d’Oro wines are rich and full of intensity that perfectly reflects the spirit of the Mother Lode. Sample their uncommonly delicious Zinfandels, Syrahs and Pinot Grigios. Each with a distinct flavor and a hint of the “Shenandoah Spice” that makes the area famous.