Join us in the Cuyama Valley for a tasting of our organic and dry-farmed wines
Reservations are required
The 2-hour visit includes a tour of our dry-farmed vineyard along with wine and olive oil tasting (with appetizers). Visits are $60 for parties between 1 and 4 people and $20 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. This produces full-bodied, bold, complex wines while protecting the environment and conserving water. Dry farming is a traditional 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!
Driving Times: (approximate)
- 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.
We are generally open Fridays through Sundays. Though please request a weekday time if that’s when you are in Cuyama.
The following upcoming dates we are closed due to private events or our being away:
We are closed for tastings this summer until August 13th.
You can also enjoy our wines at the Cuyama Buckhorn restaurant and bar.
We do hope you enjoy your stay in the Cuyama and that we can arrange your visit to Condor’s Hope.