Secret Ravine Vineyards & Winery

Secret Ravine Vineyards & Winery

Vines were plentiful in 1867 in Placer County. As gold was depleted the miners switched to planting vineyards and orchards to make a living. Secret Ravine's property at one time produced Zinfandel and Tokay grapes. In later years the vines were removed and cows grazed the area. In the late 1900’s the property was used for the raising and training of horses, consequently the need for the large barn (now the winery). In 1998 one acre of the property was once again returned to the production of wine grapes. Currently Secret Ravine has 3.5 acres producing, Zinfandel, Syrah, Sangiovese, Barbera and Sauvignon Blanc.

Hours are Sat. and Sun. from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.

Features/Activities:
  • Open No-Appointment
  • By Appointment
  • Inquire online or events
  • Mailing/Waiting List for Wines