Winery & Tasting Room
Oakland Winery & Tasting Room

55 4th Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Tel (510) 452-1800

Thursday - Sunday, 12pm to 6pm

Tasting fee is $10 per person.

Groups of 7 or more people require a reservation and will be subject to group rates.

8th Annual Paella Party, November 12-13

Paella Party tickets on sale now!

It's the annual festival you don't want to miss! Join Dashe Cellars on November 12th & 13th for our 8th Paella Fiesta. Prepare yourself as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary making wine as Dashe Cellars, with special treats to mark this incredible milestone. 

- Master Chef Gerard Nebesky's giant pans of paella magic
- Live flamenco music and dance performances 
- VIP lounge for Club members
  (card-carrying members +1)
- New fall releases and barrel samples
- 25% case discount on wine during the event
- Souvenir wine glass and Dashe schwag

News & Events

The New York Times

It’s not so easy to make a serious wine of grenache under 14 percent, although the Neyers proves it can be done. Three other bottles in our Top 10 were that low: The savory, crunchy No. 4, Les Enfants Terribles, from Dashe in the Dry Creek Valley, was definitely on the Beaujolais side of the spectrum, but deliciously gulpable, as was the No. 10, Whitcraft from Stolpman Vineyard in Ballard Canyon. This last was as pale as a dark rosé, and, at $42, expensive for a picnic wine, but delightful nonetheless.

Modesto Bee

September is a busy month for California wineries. There are major wine events going on all over the state, celebrating Wine Month. It’s also harvest time, which means wineries operate 24/7 and workers pull 12-hour shifts on the crush pad. September is also “Wine Line’s” birthday. The Navigator and I will celebrate with a bottle of bubbly. This is the best time to get out and visit a working winery in one of California’s 138 American Viticultural Areas. To find out which wineries are celebrating Wine Month, go

Sacramento Bee

Dashe Cellars 2013 Alexander Valley The Comet ($35): With the aptly named Comet, Michael Dashe has assembled a wine that combines to a rare degree the attributes of muscle and dexterity. It’s a big-boned blend of 51 percent zinfandel, 39 percent petite sirah and 10 percent carignane, but note the Alexander Valley appellation, a Sonoma County enclave celebrated for its pliable tannins, resulting in a wine while hefty and age-worthy also can be relished now when paired with filet mignon, T-bone and the like.


30% off a case of Dashe 2010 Todd Brothers Petite Sirah

We love Todd.

And chances are, so do you!

That's why we have decided to offer a case of our 2010 Todd Brothers Ranch Petite Sirah at an unprecedented 30% discount.

That's 12 bottles of luscious, rich Petite Sirah for $26.60 a bottle (reg. price $38.00). 

Use coupon code TODD30 in our online store or visit the tasting room in Oakland until September 11th to receive 30% off 12 or more bottles.


Social Vignerons

One of the joys of attending the Wine Bloggers Conference, held this year in Lodi, California, is to attend keynotes and workshops to share and increase wine knowledge about the world of wine, whether it may be the virtual one or the real one.

One of these conferences was actually a work shop about blending Lodi’s iconic wine grape variety: Zinfandel.

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