There are several small, family-owned wineries
in Madera County, making up the Madera Wine Trail. Many of these wineries are situated in the midst of the vineyards
from which they harvest their grapes. Oftentimes, the winemakers’ roots are in growing wine grapes. Their attentive care and expertise ensures the production of high quality wine grapes, a critical first step for producing exceptional wine. This spirit of growing superior wine grapes and crafting premium wine in Madera began with the early settlers’ hands and lives on today. Guests visiting the Madera Wine Trail reap the benefits of the region’s rich history, knowledgeable staff, and tasting rooms that are still small enough that you can speak to the winemakers themselves. The Madera area winemakers celebrate each other’s unique styles – visitors can experience old world processes and state-of-the-art technology in the same day.
Sleeping and meals
Since Madera County is the Southern Gateway to Yosemite National park & in the heart of California's rich San Joaquin Valley, there are hotel & dining options for every appetite & budget.
|Advance||Day Of||Event Name|
|May 14 & 15, 2011||US $20||US $25||Meet the Winemaker Weekend 2011|
|November 12 & 13, 2011||US $20||US $25||Holiday Spirit Weekend 2011|
|February 11 & 12, 2012||US $20||US $25||Wine & Chocolate Weekend 2012|
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