Ironstone Vineyards Tasting Room, Deli and Gift Shop
Ironstone Vineyard’s tasting room features all of their popular wines, plus their estate grown reserve wines. The deli features gourmet salads, sandwiches and tasty desserts. Browse their gift shop for gourmet food items, souvenirs and clothing. In warm weather, their outside seating gives a beautiful overview of the grounds to enjoy your delicious food and wine. Traveling with your dog? Here’s where you can sit and have your delicious deli food with your pooch.
Ironstone Vineyards Heritage Museum & Jewelry Shop
The heritage museum contains engaging exhibits and artifacts from the earliest inhabitants of Murphys, the Miwok people, Native Americans who settled this area millennia ago. The California Gold Rush is also represented with 19th century gold mining equipment and records. In addition, it houses a fine jewelry shop specializing in pieces made with gold bearing quartz. Here you can also see the magnificent 44 lb crystalline gold leaf specimen that was discovered on Christmas Day in 1992 at Carson Hill, just 15 miles from Ironstone. Known as the “Gold Pocket” this spectacular hunk of gold is also very beautiful in its crystalline form, one of the rarest forms in which gold is ever found.
In addition to being an outstanding event and wedding space, museum and gourmet deli, Ironstone Vineyards is a seriously good winemaker. Check out their multiple awards in our handy list of Calaveras County Wineries AWARDS and ACCOLADES
Blogs and video featuring Ironstone Vineyards: Need some help making Easter plans? | Obsessing Over Spring | Holiday Open Houses a Murphys’ Tradition | Laid Back Wine Country: Calaveras County | Sierra Green Days Showcases Green Living at Ironstone Vineyards | Taste your way through Calaveras | ABCNews.com: “Fourth of July Best Small-Town Celebrations” | Where to go on the 4th July | The birth of an unlikely music hot-spot | Winter in Calaveras: Catch the Highlights | Concours d’Elegance September 2012 | Top 7 Ways to Enjoy Fourth of July Weekend in the Foothills
Member of the Calaveras Winegrape Alliance.
The PBS TV show recently featured Ironstone Vineyards in its episode on Calaveras County. You can watch an excerpt on Ironstone below: