Looking for a little guidance or direction for your trip to the Trail? Check out any of these fun “itineraries” to make your experience on the Placer Wine Trail a true adventure!
Farm Stands and Markets
Local produce for a true farm-to-table experience
Other area Farmers Markets – Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, Rocklin, Roseville, Tahoe City (seasonal, check for open dates)
Golf & Taste
See you on the 19th hole
Food Truck or Restaurant On-Site
*Food Trucks can be found on Saturdays and some events all along the Placer Wine Trail – check individual winery websites for updates. Two wineries currently have on-site restaurants:
FOOD TRUCKS – check schedule for Dono dal Cielo, Lone Buffalo, Mt. Vernon, Dueling Dogs, Rancho Roble, Ciotti, Smokin’ Barrell
Bring your family and friends for fun using the playgrounds, baseball fields, basketball court, horseshoe pits, bicycle/pedestrian trails, equestrian arena. Or, bring some treats and enjoy the covered picnic &/or small group picnic areas.
Loomis Basin Community Park North – 6909 King Road, Loomis
Loomis Basin Community Park South – 3550 Ong Place, Loomis
A little off the main trail but worth the effort!
Wine & Ale Trail
It takes good beer to make good wine!
Visit a winery and a brewery nearby:
Bonitata – Auburn Alehouse, Crooked Lane
Cante Ao Vinho – Moksa, Out of Bounds
Casque – Loomis Basin
Ciotti – Dueling Dogs, Goathouse
Cristaldi – Loomis Basin
Dono dal Cielo – Hillenbrand, Goathouse, Dueling Dogs
Dora Dain – Hillenbrand, Goathouse, Dueling Dogs
Lone Buffalo – Auburn Alehouse, Crooked Lane, Hillenbrand, Dueling Dogs, Goat House
Mt. Vernon – Auburn Alehouse, Crooked Lane
PaZa – Goathouse, Dueling Dogs
Rappé Family Vineyards – Knee Deep, Dueling Dogs, Goathouse
Rancho Roble – Dueling Dogs, Goathouse
Secret Ravine – Loomis Basin, Moksa, Out of Bounds
Vina Castellano – Crooked Lane, Knee Deep, Moonraker
Wise Villa & Smokin’ Barrel – Dueling Dogs, Goathouse, Hillenbrand
Download map at placerwineandale.com
Wine & Spirits Can Mix
Wine not taste some Gin too!
Taste Gin & Whiskey at Placer County’s first distillery to open since Prohibition – California Distilled Spirits is in the Greater Auburn area and close to many wineries and breweries in North Auburn.