2016 Wine Trail Events

December: Holidays in the Hills - December 3 & 4

2016 Holidays in the Hills on the Placer Wine Trail - December 3 & 4

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Thanksgiving Week:

Fawnridge: open 11-5 Wednesday Nov 23rd and Friday Nov 25th w/special discounts
Lone Buffalo: open Friday-Sunday 12-5pm w/new releases & special discounts
Rancho Roble: Open Fri - Sun 11 AM to 5 PM


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Welcome to The Placer County Wine Trail!

The Placer County Wine Trail is a rustic wine escape within a stone’s throw to city life. With a diverse collection of boutique wineries in the Auburn, Lincoln, Loomis, Newcastle, Rocklin circle and Meadow Vista, our winemakers are here for a warm greeting and are eager to share the knowledge and passion of their craft and award-winning appellation with all levels of enthusiasts. Fall in love with the beauty and bounty with a day or weekend trip to The Placer County Wine Trail.

Where is the Placer Wine Trail? Just 30 Minutes from Sacramento.

Placer County Wine Trail Map

Between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe, the Placer Wine Trail wineries straddle the main East-West route of Interstate 80. Click the image above to get printable copy of the Placer Wine Trail map.

Family-run, boutique wineries

With 19 wineries and counting, Placer County re-embraces its heritage as a viable California wine-producing region. Placer County wineries, classified with the "Sierra Foothills" appellation, offer a refreshing change from the more commercialized and less personal wine tasting experiences of larger wine regions. Most Placer wineries are family-owned and operated, have small vineyards and the winemakers themselves are part of the charm, making Placer County a newly sought-after destination for a more personalized and unique wine-tasting experience.