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Join Tin Barn Vineyards and seven other premier wineries at the annual Eighth Street Wineries Open House. Each participating winery will open their cellars, offering limited production craft wines paired with culinary bites. Winemakers will be on hand to share their insights and stories behind the wines. If you've never attended the Eighth Street Open House, it is an event not to be missed!
The Girl and the Fig restaurant's "Fig Rig" will be parked a few steps from our cellar door, serving up Crispy Riblets with Sweet Chili Glaze, Chicken Waffle Bites, and Truffled Mac & Cheese Croquettes.
8 Participating Wineries: Tin Barn Vineyards, Ty Caton, Talisman Wine, Stone Edge Farms, Enkidu Wine, William Knuttel Winery, MacLaren, and Obsidian Wine Co.
The event happens on Saturday, February 23, from 12pm-4pm.
The cost is only $45 per person in advance/$50 at the door, which includes a souvenir wine glass and access to all participating wineries. Designated Driver tickets are $10.
This classic, versatile Zinfandel is sourced from a 65-year-old vineyard on the eastside of Windsor where the fruit is exposed to morning fog. Our 2014 vintage displays depth and complexity, with hints of vanilla and a long finish. This velvety, seductive wine reveals the intensity of its fruit source while showing a restraint and balance unusual for its varietal.
Gold Medal, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition; Judge's Selection & Gold Medal, TexSom International Wine Competition
Our cool climate Syrah comes from the coastal hills north of Jenner, in a remote vineyard near our namesake Tin Barn Road. Sourced from a rocky hillside block just above the fog line (elevation 1000 feet) the fruit ripens slowly in the coastal air. As a result, this wine imparts a distinctive earthiness that is characteristic of Northern Rhône Syrah.
Silver Medal, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Sometimes it's nice not to know what's been said about a wine. This is an award winner, but come taste it for yourself and tell us what delicious qualities you find in it. We can't wait to hear your insights. Because, in the end, that's all that matters!
Gold Medal, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition