CocoaVine 2023

Join us to celebrate Chocolate and Wine. All are welcome.

Wine Tree Farm, is an Amador County Winery & Tasting Room.

It is an Off-The-Grid, non-pretentious, down-to-earth Winery and Vineyard.

Everything is done by mom “Corinne“ and son “Nic”. Which means: from managing and tending the vineyard, to harvesting the grapes in the fall, to making the wine, and finally to staffing the tasting room on Fri-Sun from 12:00pm-5:00pm

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Accolades of those visited

This place is a treasure, off the beaten path, and where you should stock up on all their wines before they become wildly famous and you can’t afford them anymore.

Jeanna A. Reno, NV

Stayed here as part of the Harvest Host Program. Was greeted by Corinne and her dogs Timber and Marly (didn’t get the cat’s name). Went straight to tasting after parking the RV. Loved that her wines are “off the grid”

Cathy S. Pleasanton, CA

Our Rhône Wines - Varietals and Blends

Corinne chose to plant Rhône varietal grapes in her vineyard. That’s because the climate and soils in the area are similar to that of the Rhône region in France, where Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre are the predominant red wines. And equally important, Corinne likes Rhône reds. Our blends carry the Wine Tree Farm label. Our single varietal wines, Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre, carry the ‘Corinne’ brand.

Happy Valentines Day!
2023 February Special features a 3-pack of our popular Rhône-style blend, the 2019 SyrGreMour – 60% Syrah, 30% Grenache and 10% Mourvèdre.
Share this 3-pack with someone special.
Retails for $72, but this month you can get it for only $60. (Wine club members will only pay $50!)

Our Wines

2020 Corinne Sparkling Grenache
2019 Mourvèdre
2019 Corinne Mourvèdre
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2017 Corinne Syrah
Grenache
2017 Corinne Grenache
Marley Rosé
Marley
2019 SyrGreMour
2015 Bypass Red
ByPass Red
2020 SypSyrah
2020 Syp Syrah
Learn to Blend Wine

Wine Tree Farm Blogs

Read about our (Corinne and Penny’s) trip to South Africa to tour the country see wild game and tour the famous South African wine region, home of Pinotage.

News Clippings

Unlike well-endowed Wineries, we don’t have much of a marketing budget, so people hear about us by word-of-mouth and when we periodically appear in a media article. Here are a few of our news clippings. We appreciate the coverage and happily share those articles here. We very much appreciate you spreading the word about the wines, the blending classes, and events at WTF in AZ or in CA.