Downtown & Vine

Enjoy a Wine Country Region without the drive. Wine bar, restaurant and event center in one beautiful site.

  • Harvest Bar: Juice Bar & Grab n’ Go NOW OPEN!
    Harvest Bar is a farm-to-fork cafe, located on K street in downtown Sacramento. Our menu features fresh squeezed juices, smoothies, espresso drinks, greek yogurts, homemade european style muesli and granola, seasonal fruits, and a variety of sandwiches and salads, to eat in on our beautiful patio or to grab & go.

    Downtown & Vine is a Winery Collective Tasting Room featuring a dozen wineries from some of the finest vineyards and winemakers in California.

    We represent a selection on wineries from the Sierra Foothills to Napa Valley and beyond, offering the opportunity to taste a wide variety of wines by the flight from one of our wineries, enjoy a glass or two of your favorites, or share a bottle with your friends.

    Downtown & Vine now features a beer tasting with flights for comparisons; Beer and cheese pairings have also been added to the menu.

    Our simple, delicious menu offers snacks, savory cheese and charcuterie platters and a little something sweet to nibble and sip away the day or evening.

    Don’t miss the Grilled Cheese BarStop by and try one of our five decadent grilled cheese sandwiches with a glass of fantastic wine.

    “Friday Night Flight & Bites” Tasting.
    Great small plates with the perfect wine match!
    Drop  in anytime – 5 to 8 p.m. – $15

    Featured Wineries

    Sonoma

    • Iron Horse Vineyards
    • De Loach Vineyards

    Napa

    • Michael Mondavi Family
    • Neyers Vineyards
    • Round Pond

    Amador

    • Vino Noceto
    • Dillian Wines
    • Fiddletown Cellars

    El Dorado

    • Shadow Ranch

    Monthly rotating winery

    Click the Merchandise tab above to learn more about our partner wineries.

  • Happy Hour

    Monday – Friday: 3pm-6pm $5 glass – red or white

    Live Music on the Patio Every Friday during Happy Hour

     

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    Iron Horse is one of Sonoma County’s most beautiful, small, independent, estate, family owned wineries located in cool, foggy Green Valley. The winery officially opened in 1979 with the first vintage of Estate Pinot Noir. The first vintage for the Sparkling Wines was 1980. In the arena of Sparkling Wines, Iron Horse stands at the top. The wines have been served at the White House for the past five consecutive presidential administrations, beginning with the historic Reagan-Gorbachev Summit Meetings, which deloachlead to the end of the Cold War. Find out more…

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    DeLoach Vineyards pioneered Pinot Noir wine growing in the Russian River Valley when Cecil DeLoach, a firefighter from San Francisco with a passion for winemaking, first planted the grape in 1973. In 2003, DeLoach Vineyards was purchased by the Boisset Family from Burgundy, France, when Jean-Charles Boisset fell in love with the Russian RiverValley on his first visit to the area, immediately recognizing the similarities between Sonoma County and Burgundy: each boast a confluence of river, mountains, and soil that is perfect for growing world-class Pinot Noir. Find out more…

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    Michael Mondavi Family Estate is home to several wine companies (M by Michael Mondavi, Isabel Mondavi Wines, Medusa, Spellbound and Tyler Florence Wines) and several of the Folio brands (Oberon, Emblem and Hangtime) are actually made at the estate. The Mondavi name brings a rich and compelling history. Michael Mondavi’s grandfather, Cesare, was elected to find grapes and wine making supplies for families to make wine legally during Prohibition. His search was successful and, in 1919, he brought his family to Lodi, California and began the Mondavi’s foray into California winemaking. Find out more…

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    Begun in 1992 by Bruce and Barbara Neyers, Neyers Vineyards produces about 15,000 cases of wine annually. Bruce’s experiences over the past two decades working with Kermit Lynch Imports and a group of more than 100 French vintners have been important in shaping the style of our wines. In 2002, Wine and Spirits Magazine named Neyers Vineyards the Artisan Winery of the Year. No expense has been spared in our grape growing, winemaking practices, or processing equipment, yet customers repeatedly tell us that our wines represent great value in today’s highly competitive wine market. We hope you agree. Find out more…

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    Located in the acclaimed Rutherford region of Napa Valley, California, Round Pond is a family-owned and operated estate designed around our world-class vineyards, gardens and orchards. In an area renowned for the depth and complexity of its Cabernet Sauvignon, the extraordinary artisan olive oils, vinegars, and limitedproduction wines produced from our estate reflect our family’s dedication to crafting the finest specialty food items while working to preserve the natural integrity of this esteemed property. Find out more…

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    Vino Noceto, California’s Sangiovese Specialaist. Established in 1987 by Suzy & Jim Gullett, we’re a small, family-run vineyard and winery, renowned for premium Sangiovese wine. A pioneer in the renaissance of this noble Tuscan varietal, we now produce eight different Sangiovese wines (Chianti, Brunello, and Super Tuscan styles) and have 25 acres of estate-grown grapes. We also produce a Barbera, a Zinfandel and a wonderful, floral Moscato called “Frivolo.” Find out more…

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    Shadow Ranch is located on a picturesque hilltop in the heart of the Fair Play American Viticultural Area (AVA). The homestead, built in 1888 and the old barn and original outbuildings have a rustic Gold Rush era feel, much like you would find in one of the local historic parks. Shadow Ranch embraces the concepts of sustainable farming and having as little impact on the environment as possible. The operation is solar powered and our vineyards are organically farmed. Find out more…

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    Dillian is a small family winery specializing in Zinfandel, Barbera and Primitivo. Tom Dillian has been growing high-quality grapes in Amador County since 1972. Tom Dillian is a fourth generation Amador County farmer. In 1991 he began making wine from the fruit of the Dillian ranch. In December of 2003 Dillian Wines opened its doors with the help of his wife Lavonne andtheir son Thomas. So, come and meet the family and enjoy the wine and hospitality that makes a trip to Shenandoah Valley a pleasant and memorable experience. Find out more…

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    Fiddletown Cellars winery is located in Fiddletown, a picturesque and sleepy town, founded around 1849, during the Gold Rush. Fiddletown is one of California’s smallest AVA and is located within the larger Sierra Foothills AVA. At an elevation of 1800 feet, the vineyards have the longest growing season in Amador Country, allowing for maximum flavor concentration and exceptional balance year in and year out. Find out more…