On Sunday, March 15, 2020 Governor Newsom called for the closure of bars, brewpubs, wineries in the state. The closure applies to only wine tasting activities and events.
The retail purchase of wine and club pickups are allowed. At Barsetti Vineyards, we want all our customers and staff to be safe. We will be open to sell bottles of wine and merchandise; there will be no sitting at tables, and no more than 10 people allowed inside at one time. There will be no tastings, selling of glasses of wine, live music, paint night, floral classes,or bunco night until we are told it is safe to do so. We have changed our hours a little to be open only Fri, Sat, Sun from noon to 5. I will be handling the tasting room, as my staff will be off.
We have curbside pickup at the tasting room or delivery to residence (within 20 miles from tasting room). Customer calls order in with payment information. When customer arrives at tasting room, they call after parking and we will bring wine out and put in the car. For delivery, customer calls with order, payment info, and address. We deliver on Saturdays. For delivery, someone must be present to receive wine, and must be 21 years of age. We are open for deliveries and pickup Friday, Sat., Sun from Noon- 4pm. Call 209 747-3861. Wine Club members can pick up their current wine orders at curbside.
We appreciate all the support our customers have given us and as soon as it is safe, we will resume our regular activities and hours. There are many local small businesses that need your support at this time. I hope you will remember us and Shop Local.
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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