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When you think of California wine country, you probably think of Sonoma and Napa counties, Marin’s neighbors to the North and East, but while the grape industry in Marin may be small, it is no less proud. In 2017, there were 195 acres planted in wine grapes which produced 291 tons of fruit and nearly $900,000 in revenue for the local economy.  And if you're looking for a tipple of a different type, try our local mead and cider!

Marin Vineyards ...and more

Absentee Winery
West Marin
California red wine comprised of 5 varieties: carignan, syrah, petite sirah, zinfandel and abouriou.
Pacheco Ranch Winery
Dry-farmed Cabernet Sauvignon

Apple Garden Farm & Cidery

Classic, naturally fermented apple cider from a mix of organic, heirloom apples.

Pey-Marin Vineyards
West Marin
Pinot Noir and Riesling grapes
Devils Gulch Ranch
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer varietals
Pt. Reyes Vineyards
Pt. Reyes Station
Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes
Heidrun Meadery
Pt. Reyes Station
Sparkling wine made purely from honey derived from Marin wildflowers as well as monofloral honeys from around the US and world. 
Stubbs Vineyard
Organic Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes
Kendric Vineyards
Seven clones of Pinot Noir along with Sangiovese from Amador County in the Sierra Foothills
West Wind Wines
Cabernet Franc
McEvoy Ranch
Seven acres of nine Mediterranean varietals