Barra of Mendocino

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Located in the heart of Mendocino County wine country, BARRA of Mendocino winery is located approximately 2 hours north of San Francisco, just off Highway 101. We are open every day of the week from 10:00 am-5:00 pm*, and invite you to stop by for a complimentary wine tasting. For groups of six or more, we offer a special group tasting menu with a $5 per person tasting fee.

Set on 50 acres of beautiful vineyard surroundings planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel, the Barra winery is an architectural phenomenon that dates back to the 1970’s. The sprawling 5,000 square foot tasting room highlights 40 foot ceilings, a circular tasting bar, and indoor fountain.

We invite you to bring a lunch and spend a relaxing afternoon in our beautiful gardens. And motor homes are always welcome in our large parking lot .

Events
Our beautiful tasting room also provides a stunning backdrop for special events including weddings, corporate gatherings, anniversary parties, and more. Click here to learn more about our venue, or call us at 707.485.0322.

Winemaking & Storage Services
Also located on the grounds of the BARRA of Mendocino Winery is Redwood Valley Cellars, a custom crushing/storage facility that is available for customers with storage or custom winemaking needs. Click here for more information on Redwood Valley Cellars.

*Our tasting room is closed for the following major holidays (and on rare occassions closes for special events, so please call ahead to confirm):
New Year’s Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas Day
Easter
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