This year, we are celebrating the opening season of our Wine Garden by releasing our 2016 Rosé!
The first of its kind in Oakland, the wine garden will transform the way you spend your weekends. Bring your friends and make some new ones in the garden. Come by on Saturday, April 1st from 12-6pm for wines by the glass, we will feature live music and a food truck, more details to come.
Throughout the season, all tables are first come-first served and are communal. You are welcome to bring a picnic, and we are family and dog-friendly.
The Garden will be open Saturdays & Sundays from Saturday, April 1 thru Sunday, August 6.
News & Events
Let's face it: the last few months of 2016 have been a rollercoaster. Why don't you let us do the shopping for you and help take the edge off.
Our 2016 GIFT GUIDE has something for every wine lover. All gift packs come elegantly wrapped in a complimentary black gift box.
Orders must be placed by December 19th to ensure delivery by December 25th!
Couldn’t make it to our sold-out Paella Fiesta last weekend? Instead of airmailing you the leftovers, we thought we'd send you some Dashe wines instead!
As a thank you for such a great event, we are extending the Fiesta discount now through November 21st. That's 25% off all case orders (12 bottles or more) of any combination of wines using discount code ZINFANDEL2016.
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
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.
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 towww.discovercaliforniawines.com.