TASTING AT THE WINERY - Come experience Fernwood Cellars on Historic Redwood Retreat Road!

The winery is OPEN EVERY WEEKEND of the Month from Noon - 5pm (last pour at 4:30 pm)

Tasting wine at Fernwood Cellars is an experience unlike any other. The journey starts as you drive on historic Redwood Retreat road and enter an area covered by majestic redwood scenery that provides an almost tunnel-like canopy en route to the end of the road where the winery resides. From here you are treated to a series of astonishing views of our estate vineyards and the well known Vanumanutagi vineyard where our favored Chardonnay is harvested.

Visit us at the historic Redwood Retreat

Our winery is situated at the historic Redwood Retreat. We’re “off the grid” so we don’t have cell phone service. During the winter months our winery tasting room is open and during the Spring, Summer, and Fall guests can taste our wines across the street from the winery in our redwood grove. Weather permitting, feel free to walk amongst the towering Redwood trees along the Little Arthur Creek.

We welcome families as well as leashed-dogs. Our entire grounds are a smoke free facility. An adult must accompany children under the age of 10 years at all times. When the weather is nice bring a picnic to enjoy with your wine (however outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited)! For more information on our visitation guidelines please click here. Tasting fees are $15 each (waived with the purchase of two bottles of wine) and the wines we offer each weekend can vary depending on what's available. If you make a purchase or join our wine club we apply your tasting fee towards your purchase.

For groups between 8 and 10 persons please contact us at least 72 hours in advance, at tiffany@fernwoodcellars.com or (408) 848-0611, so we can prepare for your visit. Due to the intimacy of our tasting venue, groups of more than ten persons are required to schedule a private tasting no less than ten calendar days in advance of your visit (for more information please see below).