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Visit the Vineyards of Yuba Sutter

by Abbey Anderson

Tis’ the season for wine and chocolate, and there is no better place in North America for wine than Northern California. Everyone has heard of Napa, but many don’t know there is AMAZING wine being made in Yuba and Sutter Counties. Spend a weekend trying all the two counties have to offer, including the many vineyards in the area.

Photo Credit Via Instagram: @siciliavineyards

Sicilia Vineyards

On your next trip to the Yuba Sutter region, make sure to stop by Sicilia Vineyards when their tasting room is open on the 1st and 3rd weekends of the month from noon to 5 pm. You can visit their website to reserve your spot at their next event. 

If you fall in love with it, join their wine club! If you don’t have time to stop by their tasting room, that’s fine! You can pick up a bottle at New Earth Market in Yuba City, or you can order a glass while having dinner at Sopa Thai.

Photo Credit Via Instagram: @mungerfamilyvineyard

Munger Family Vineyard

Nestled at the base of the Sutter Buttes, Munger Family Vineyard is also an excellent choice for a tasting. Only open one weekend a month, you definitely don’t want to miss out when planning your next trip. You can visit their website to see which days they’re open. You can walk in for a flight at the bar or reserve your spot for a table.  

Are you looking for a place to host your next event? Munger Family Vineyard has beautiful grounds, so keep them in mind for a venue!

Spencer Shirey Wines

Do you plan on exploring the Yuba foothills? Tucked away in a serene valley in the Northern Sierra Foothills, you can enjoy a glass of wine at Spencer Shirey Wines. With a tasting room open on Saturdays and Sundays, plan a relaxing weekend with a taste of local wine, and don’t forget to ask them about becoming a member of the Copper Club!  

Whether you are visiting Yuba City or the Yuba foothills, there are a plethora of wineries you can choose from for your stay. Don’t miss out on the delicious local wines and the beautiful vineyards where they’re grown. 

Whenever you visit the Yuba Sutter region, be sure to share your experiences and tag us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and use our hashtag #VisitYubaSutter.