The Old Sugar Mill is home to eleven wineries in one location beautifully situated along the Delta in Southern Yolo County. They’ve kicked off their Walking Wine Tours, happening the first Saturday of each month. The walking wine tour starts off at noon at the Clarksburg Wine Company tasting room where guests enjoy a taste of five wines. The tour then continues with a tour of the wine cellar and production operations. Guests then follow the tour guide through an engaging historic tour of the Old Sugar Mill property. When weather permits tour guests also get to walk through the vineyard and learn the grapes journey to the bottle.
The venue is framed by historical old world brick walls, beautiful wine barrels, rustic windows, and artistry and craftsmanship with rich character. One of the notable features of the Mill is the soaring atrium, which serves as the concourse or lobby for the wineries and is the setting for many events. Lovely views appear in the glass walls on either end of this lobby, invoking a quieter time in the world.
The Old Sugar Mill was built in the 1930s and served as a sugar beet processing facility for decades. In the year 2000, renovations began to convert the plant into a multi-tasting-room venue and wine production facility. It opened to the public in 2005.
If you’re interested in learning a bit more about the Old Sugar Mill check out our past blog post here and to view more info on wine tasting in Yolo County check out our tasting room and events pages.
Tours are $10 person and covers the entire experience. For more info contact: phone (916) 744-1345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org