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Visit Us

We would like to welcome you back, again, to visit us at our winery for outdoor tastings!

We are taking appointments by reservation only at this time, so please book online or call the tasting room directly. Please refer to our visitor protocols in advance of your tasting. We look forward to your visit!

We also welcome you to experience Terra d’Oro at home; our curbside pickup service will continue to be available for your wine needs. Click here or call us at 209-245-6942 to place your order.


Hours: Thurs–Mon, 10am–5pm (reservation required)


Email: [email protected]     Phone: 209.245.6942

Click here to view the steps we have taken to reopen in a safe, responsible manner.


How to get to Terra d’Oro Winery

  • From U.S. 50 take Watt Avenue south.
  • Once on Watt Avenue south, go through about three traffic signals (1 _ miles) to Jackson Road/Highway 16. Take a left on Jackson Road.
  • Stay on Jackson Road/Highway 16 for 31 miles until you reach Plymouth.
  • In Plymouth, take the last right at the round about tward Fiddletown/Shenandoah Road. Before the round about, there is a sign to Fiddletown/River Pines. At this intersection you'll see the El Dorado Savings Plaza on the southeast corner. If you leave Plymouth and find yourself crossing the Cosumnes River, you've gone too far.
  • Proceed a quarter mile on Fiddletown/Shenandoah Road to where the road splits. Bear to the left at the split and continue out towards the Shenandoah Valley. DO NOT TURN Right and head to fiddletown. Less than two miles from the split, turn right on Shenandoah School Road. At that corner (Shenandoah Road and Shenandoah School Road) on the left, you'll see a Terra d’Oro sign and Rinehart's Ironworks.
  • Terra d’Oro is two miles up Shenandoah School Road on the right side.

Visiting Amador County

If you’re planning a visit to Terra d’Oro, we invite you to explore Amador County and its other offerings.

Amador County is one of the smallest grape-growing regions in California, producing only about 1% of the wine grapes in the state, and its wines are worth the visit alone.

This beautiful, historic area also offers many non-wine activities, from hiking, biking, camping and boating, to exploring gold mines or visiting its charming small towns with restaurants, inns and museums.

Learn more about Amador County, its history, its culture, what makes our wines so special, and how to plan a visit:

Amador County Vineyards