A Message to Our Customers About COVID-19

To Our Valued Club Members and Winery Guests,

We are now open for curbside pickups and you can always order online and we will ship it to you.

We will continue to monitor this developing situation and keep you informed of any changes regarding our daily operations and/or events. Please call our Tasting Room at (805) 688-0558 ext.1 with any questions.

We look forward to sharing a glass of wine with you soon.

Daily wine tastings:

  • $15 per person
  • Six wines
  • 10am-4:30pm

Reservations are required for groups of 8 or more. Reservations may be scheduled by calling 805-688-0558 X106

Picnic tables are available on the Vineyard View Lawn, where guests are welcome to enjoy the beautiful setting along with their wine.

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Elevate Your Tasting

Signature Cellar Tastings are held inside the exclusive Gainey Wine Cellar.

If you want to take your wine tasting knowledge to the next level, we invite you to try our one-of-a-kind Signature Tastings. It's an in-depth experience that will take your knowledge of wine to another level while enjoying a gourmet cheese/charcuterie platter.

Select ONE of the three options for your Signature Tasting:

1.Blindfold Tasting: taste five Limited Selection wines blindfolded using your sense of smell to determine what you're tasting.

2.Vertical of Library Wines: taste several vintages of a particular wine.

3. Barrels to Bottles: a comparative tasting of current release limited selection wines tasted alongside wines directly from the barrel.


Cost: $50 a person (club members will receive special pricing, with parties of 4 or more)

Daily: 11am, 1pm and 3pm

By reservation only: 805-688-0558 x106

Driving Directions

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.