We are Open!!!

COVID-2019 Announcement

Effective, 6/12/2020 we are Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12 pm to 5 pm.

 

  • Advanced reservations are suggested. Guests will be booked for one hour intervals unless no one is waiting. Do not leave a message on the recorder.  Make sure you talk to an associate to avoid double bookings.

  • Since our tasting room is smaller than some, we can only have 16 people inside and 12 on the patio at one time

  • Associated Groups can only be 6 people or less

  • Call when you arrive, we will meet you at the door and escort you to your table:  209 744-6062.  If you are early, you will have to either wait in your car or on the benches outside, staying 6’ away from non associated people

  • Tables have been positioned 6 feet from the next person and we ask that they not be moved.  If you need a table or chair moved, please ask an employee.  If it follows the guidelines of the 6 foot rule, we will be glad to accommodate you.

  • We will bring flights, wine by the glass or wine bottles to your table

  • We will come to your table to receive payment or charge card

  • We ask that anyone who is ill, or who has knowingly been with or near someone with the Corona Virus within the last 14 days, please stay home for the safety of others

  • At this time, we are not sure when live music and dancing will be allowed.

  • Our hours of operation will be Friday:  Noon to 7 pm; Saturday, Sunday Noon to 5 pm 

We appreciate all the support you have given to us these past few months.  We will all get through this too.

Thanks,

Janis

Our beginnings

In the early 1900's, Gottardo Barsetti came to America from Switzerland to fulfill his dream of owning and farming his own land.  That dream became a reality in 1912, when he came to Galt in the Lodi Wine Region of California.  After three generations, the Barsetti family continues to fulfill the vision that began over a century ago farming the land that they love with the same passion.  

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