48 Hours In Santa Clara Valley: A Vintner Project Guide

By Nelson Gerena

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Located just south of Silicon Valley, about an hour away from San Francisco is California’s first premium wine production region: The Santa Clara Valley. It’s home to over 30 wineries ranging from long-established family operations to newer craft wineries.

All just a short drive from each other, the wineries of Santa Clara Valley make for the perfect weekend escape to wine country. There’s been no better time than now to experience the wineries of Santa Clara Valley. It’s currently experiencing a resurgence with smaller craft wineries producing a broad range of premium wines from across the diverse American Viticultural Area. Below is the Vintner Project guide to 48 hours in Santa Clara Valley.

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