We are located in a gorgeous Northern Sierra Foothill area (2600' alt.), an easy and beautiful drive!  Of the dozen or so wineries of this historic and emerging wine country (see area information links), being the most accessible winery from I-80, we will be fortunate to be the first (or last) winery you will encounter during your tour (see Northern Sierra Wine Country map).

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Find Us

Opening Hours:   Saturday & Sunday from 12 to 5.

If you want to visit during the week, we might not always be there but if you contact us at we can arrange a time for groups. 

If you have friends or relatives visiting, we can organize a personalized  tasting for your group either on the week or on the weekend, with a tour of our winery operations and/or vineyard if desired.  We can also provide a similar experience for social and professional groups.

Photo by Adrian Schneider



Picnic Area:

We have a very nice shaded picnic are

a, so bring a lunch, sit back under the cover of our tall trees and enjoy the peacefulness and the view.

Tourist Information:

We have area maps and tourist guides available to plan your visit in our wonderful region, offering a large variety of things to do in all seasons, great restaurants and lodging facilities (see area information links).




Email contact: jacques.solune@gmail.com

Directions from Sacramento or Lake Tahoe:

Roughly half-way (50 miles) between

Sacramento and Lake Tahoe, then about half-way (6 miles) between Colfax (if coming via interstate 80) and Grass Valley (if coming via hwy 49), on hwy 174.

Directions from Marysville/Yuba City:

Take hwy 20 up to Grass Valley, go North (left) on hwy 49, then take hwy 174 exit towards Colfax.

Photo by Adrian Schneider 

Once on highway 174:

Coming from Grass Valley: 1.2 miles passed the Solune Adopt-A-Highway sign in Peardale, or 1/2 mile past Dalmatian Rd, turn right onto Jewett Lane
Coming from Colfax: 3.6 miles passed the Solune Adopt-A-Highway sign at the county line (Bear River bridge), or 1/3 mile past Green Horn Access Road, turn left onto Jewett Lane (be careful of opposing 174 traffic coming around fast curve).

Once on Jewett Lane:
Follow winery signs all the way up to the red barn.  Please drive slowly (children in the area).

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