Reservations for a group of 7 - 16 people may be scheduled for anytime during the Tasting Room’s regular business hours. As a courtesy, we ask that 48 hour notice be given. Please call Faryn or Nina at 209-367-4882 to schedule or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
$10 fee per person (plus tax) due at the time of scheduling. Please note that group fees are not waived with bottle purchases, your group will have a dedicated hospitality expert to ensure you have the best Peltier experience possible!
Should you need to cancel, we ask that you please give 48 hour notice to receive a refund. Pricing subject to change
Tasting room Policy
Tasting Room open daily.
TASTINGS (1-6 People)
- Choose any 5 wines (excluding Reserve, Wine Club only, Limited Releases)
- Cost $6 (plus tax)
- Fee waived with purchase of at least one bottle (p/person)
- Choose any 5 wines including Reserve Wines (subject to availability)
- Cost $10 (plus tax)
- Fee waived with purchase of at least one bottle of wine
To ensure we have the appropriate amount of staff to give your guests the best Peltier experience, please call 209-367-4882 with 48 hours notice.
Outside food is welcome. We do ask, however, that you please keep outside beverages in your vehicle for the duration of your visit. Water is available, as well as other non-alcoholic beverages for purchase inside the tasting room.
Unfortunately, no pets are allowed inside the tasting room with the exception of trained service animals. However, leashed pets are welcome on the outside patio with owner supervision.
If you decide to enjoy your Peltier experience outside on our patio or elsewhere on the premises, we please ask that you refrain from smoking.
Peltier Winery does not accept requests for personal parties and space rentals in the Tasting Room. We will gladly point you in the direction in finding a venue that may be able to suit your celebration needs.
Here at Peltier Winery, we’re all about having a good time and drinking EXCEPTIONAL WINE, for Good Food, to share with all! However, we reserve the right to stop pouring if we find that an individual appears to be intoxicated, or has otherwise stated that they are intoxicated.