We are Open!
Now Taking Reservations
To all our valued wine tasters, club members, and locals—we are still open even with the new order issued by SB County Health earlier this week (November, 2020).
We will continue to operate our outdoor service but will now have tented areas in case of inclement weather. All our tasting tables will still be socially distanced and our number one priority is to keep you safe. We look forward to seeing you this Fall and Winter!
Photo: Keith Munyan Photography
- Reservations are highly recommended
- You will have 1-hour to enjoy your experience
- Walk-in's accepted as space is available
- Limit of 6 guests per reservation
- Last seating of the day: 4:00pm
- All service must be at tables
- All food and wine service will be outside
- Tables will be set-up 12-feet apart
Our apologies, no pets allowed at this time
- Tastings: $20 per person
- Wine Club Members: Complimentary tastings for up to four people
- Friday, Saturday & Sunday ONLY we will have charcuterie platters for 2 people ($24)
- Limited quantity available
- No outside food or picnics are allowed
While You're Here Please assist us by taking the following precautions during your visit
- Allow us to screen you for COVID-19 symptoms
- Maintain 6’ of physical distance from visitors not in your party
- Wear your mask at all times unless seated at your table
Upcoming Virtual Events
Join Winemaker Jeff LeBard for a Virtual Tasting of Gainey Vineyard wine club releases. You can find these tastings on our blog, Facebook page, Instagram page, or our YouTube Channel.
Gainey Vineyard is located in the Santa Ynez Valley, just two and one-half hours north of Los Angeles, a scenic 35-minute drive north of Santa Barbara.
From the North
From Highway 101 Southbound, take the Highway 154 exit (left turn) and continue about 7 miles, then take the Highway 246 exit (right turn). Our entry gate is about one-half mile on the left.
From the South
From Highway 101 Northbound, take the Highway 154 exit (also called the San Marcos Pass), and continue on this road for about 30 minutes, then take the Highway 246 exit (left turn). Our entry gate is about one-half mile on the left.