Join us in the Cuyama Valley for a tasting of our organic and dry-farmed wines!
The 2 hour visit will include a tour of our dry-farmed vineyard, wine and olive tasting and appetizers. Visits will be $60 for parties between 1 and 4, and $15 per additional person after that. No fee for wine club members. Children are welcome!
Condor’s Hope Vineyard is a five-acre, family-owned vineyard grown using traditional dry-farm practices producing full-bodied, bold, complex wines while protecting the environment and conserving water. Dry-farming is a traditional European method that allows farmers to grow grapes and olives with little or no irrigation. Condor’s Hope is a place where owners/farmers, Steve Gliessman and Robbie Jaffe, put their ecology principles to practice bringing together their love of farming, the environment and community.
LOCATION: Condor’s Hope Ranch is located in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains, near Hwy 166 in the Cuyama Valley in Northern Santa Barbara County. Our five acre vineyard is in a natural setting adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest. We are off the grid and completely solar powered.
We’re conveniently located in the middle of nowhere for that true get-away feeling!
- 25 minutes from New Cuyama
- 1.5 hours from San Luis Obispo
- 2 hours from the city of Santa Barbara
- 3 hours from LA
- 4.5 hours from Santa Cruz
- 5 hours from San Francisco-Berkeley
To request a visit, fill out the form below and our events coordinator will contact you shortly.