Winery & Tasting Room
OUR NEW LOCATION IN ALAMEDA IS OPEN!
Grab some friends and join us for a flight of wines in our unique, urban tasting room located in a historic airplane hangar on Alameda Point. Inside, you’ll try some world-class wines — without the long trip up to wine country — served by our knowledgeable and welcoming staff while having an opportunity to see the winemaking process in action! Our tasting room is located among barrels, right in the middle of our winemaking area. Once you step inside our urban winery, you’ll be wrapped in the sweet smell of wine aging in barrels and be amazed by the rows of oak barrels and tanks that surround you. Enjoy a glass of wine outside, where you'll have an amazing view of the San Francisco bay complete with passing sailboats and the city skyline. We welcome walk-ins, or click the link below to make a reservation.
Whether this is your first or 50th wine tasting, we are committed to giving you a warm and informative experience in the heart of Urban Wine Country!
Open Thursday-Sunday 1:00-7:00
Finding us can be a bit of a challenge the first time. As you approach building 25 from Monarch St., our entrance is on the far right (or west) side of the building. Enter through our gate and proceed to back of the building. On the back of the building is an opening into the cellar, that's us! If your navigation app drops you at the gate next to the old tower building, just proceed though the gate and drive diagonally to the right. It can be tricky to find at first, but your visit will be well worth it!
- none at this time
Groups of 7 and under
- Tasting fee is $15/person
- Tasting fee is waived with $35 purchase per taster
Groups of 8 or more
We welcome small groups at Dashe Cellars with prior reservation.
- Tasting fee is $20/person
- $10 is waived with $35 purchase per taster
- Advance notice is required, please call 510.452.1800 (we may take same-day reservations if we can accommodate)
- Timing: 1 to 2:30 p.m. is ideal; we will most likely not be able to take groups larger than 8 after 4 p.m.
- Expect to spend 60 minutes in the winery