Roche Family Winery & Tasting Room
Under Construction - Public Opening Spring 2019!
Welcome to our new home for Roche Winery! Located just south of the town of Sonoma, the Roche family’s new winery subtlety sits on the valley floor within the their “Tipperary Vineyard” located on their estate in the Carneros AVA. This new 17,000 square foot winery is built for the future of Roche Winery. With a capacity to produce up to 50,000 cases annually, this modern, state-of-the-art winemaking facility was also planned to provide a visitor experience showcasing our well-known Irish hospitality.
Whether visiting the new winery’s tasting room, booking a private tour and tasting, or attending a Roche customer event, all guests will enjoy our indoor and outdoor “Tasting Plaza” with outdoor fireplaces, cabanas, and private group tasting areas. Enjoy all of this while sipping Roche wines and taking in the view of the thousands of acres of vineyards planted on the western slopes of the Sonoma Valley.
Private Tasting and Tour Experience
While our new winery is in its final construction stage, we invite you to join us for a private tasting and tour experience offered in our recently-completed winemaking areas. Enjoy an intimate walking tour of the Roche family’s Tipperary vineyards and new Sonoma Valley Winery. As you sip through your selection of wine offerings, your host will educate and offer insights during stops within the 20-acre Tipperary Vineyard surrounding the winery estate (weather permitting).
Next, your host will lead you through the winery showcasing the new 50,000 case production facility, including a sampling of the latest vintage right from their barrels, and concluding with a hand-selected offering of library and limited production wines paired with a petite tray of light bites.
Advanced reservations required (48 hours preferred please).
Please call for pricing and additional information - (707) 935-7115
Roche Winery’s new home is still under construction and the anticipated opening of the tasting room and visitor center is Spring 2019. While the buildings and grounds are still under construction, all winemaking facilities and areas were completed in time to welcome the 2017 Harvest.