Shenandoah Valley of CaliforniaCharles Spinetta Winery and Wildlife Art GalleryIn Honor of Laura Helen Spinetta
If you are a broker, principal, or fellow professional winemaker interested in purchasing quantities of premium wine, click here.Our sister site for brokers, principals, and fellow professional winemakers to buy our family's winegrapes.Business Hours and Map to the Winery. Also look at the "Intersections Guide" so you don't get lost.An online tour of the vineyards, winemaking facilities, tasting room and art gallery, precipitation history, industry links.The wildlife art gallery, wine label collection, original paintings for sale, and more art for sale.Laura's custom framing shop will frame your family heirlooms - make an appointment soon.Current releases of dry reds and "fun and yummy" sweet wines.Current news, our flyer, recipes, and dozens of illustrated stories about winemaking and field work. Good reading!Order form for shipping - you must be 21 years of age.
We'll see you soonSubscribe to our YouTube Channel: "Amadorwine"Stories Mostly about our Heritage and the Farm BureauChenin Blanc Harvest from Start to FinishCalifornia Agricultural Heritage ClubRead more about the Winery Wastewater Plan!Read about the heritage of our Red Wine Vinegar!Recipes made with and for wine!Illustrated stories about winemaking and field work. Good reading! Snowy Owl Wine LabelView our "Fun and Yummy" ZinettaView our Black MuscatClick here to visit our Facebook page for up to the minute fun things! Make sure you look at our winery label series.First Review Of Vintage 2010: Great JellyAn Exclusive Ongoing Plymouth Elementary School Garden Series by Michael SpinettaMike Dunne's Wine of the Week: 2007 Amador County Petite SirahFrost Wine Review
Amador CountyIn Honor of Laura Helen Spinetta
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YOUR 2014 HOLIDAY DINNER COMPANION - COME & GET IT!
Chenin Blanc! Zinetta! Rosé! They are all here now! New Black Muscat, too...
SPINETTA NEWSLETTER – NOW VIDEO AND ARCHIVES...
Field Work 7: Post Harvest Rain Beetles
Winery Work 5: Lees Filtering the Rosé
Field Work 4: How to Feed a Happy Cow
Our archives have taken you behind-the-scenes for over ten years.
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Our family, friends, and customers all remember the matriarch of our family, Laura Spinetta. Click here so you can help our school's library in her honor.
"The personality of a tasting room can say as much of the aspirations and values of a winery as its wines. Whenever you walk into the tasting room of the Charles Spinetta Winery in Amador County's Shenandoah Valley you sense right away that this is a hands-on family business with each member pursuing their chores with as much joy as pride. Charlie, the patriarch, could be behind the counter, cracking wise while pouring tastes for touring wine enthusiasts. His wife, Laura, could be just across the aisle, in her work station, painstakingly framing paintings for the wildlife art gallery upstairs. Their three sons would be here and there, tending fermentation tanks in one wing, moving around pallets of cased wines in another."

-- Mike Dunne

OUTDOOR ARTWORK
WATCH FOR THE NEW POPPY BLOOM AND DAFFODILS SOON!
The new metal silhouettes on our building's exterior look gorgeous! Check out the YouTube video of this new artwork in which... a mourning cloak butterfly guides you through it – no kidding. The wine press motif first appeared on our customer crush party labels way back in the 1980's and was designed by Rod Ruthel. Visit this page to see that wine label... Inside the Tasting Room
SACRAMENTO BEE WINE OF THE WEEK
The 2007 Petite Sirah was chosen as Sacramento Bee's Wine of the Week! What a way to ring in the New Year. Visit soon to try some of this lovely wine while we still have it in stock. For a limited time, visitors get a special price when they walk out with three bottles.

Click here to read the article online! "The tannins of the 2007... taste as if they've been stretched as thin and fine as al dente linguine... Aside from the soft tannins, the petite sirah is a faithful representative of the varietal..."
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