Sunday Fundays at Andis have been quite a success. Help us make this the best one yet!
Join us for a relaxing outdoor cookout Sunday, September 27th in our picnic area. We will be serving the classic and always delicious selection of burgers and brats. Receive a meal ticket for two with each bottle of wine purchased. Food iscomplimentary for Club Andis members!
It's time to celebrate the cooler fall weather and enjoy the turning colors on the vines. There's no better way to do that than with a nice bottle of 2012 Andis Grenache or our 2012 Amador Zinfandel.
We'll have lawn games like bocce, ladder ball, and cornhole set up outside for your entertainment. So bring your friends and family, grab some bottles of wine and head outside for food and FUN!
11:00 AM to 4:00 PMSat, Oct 3, 2015 - Sun, Oct 4, 2015 Venue: Andis Wines, 11000 Shenandoah Rd, Plymouth CA 95669 Contact: Jenae 209-245-6177, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amador's annual Harvest Festival! For two days during the heart of the grape harvest season, Amador aficionados can partake of great wine, food, music and watch harvest in action amidst the scenic beauty of Amador Wine Country. At Andis, feast on teriyaki skewers with Hawaiian sweet bread and rock out with The Old Town Boys both days from 11:30am-3:30pm. We'll have barrel samples of our brand NEW 2014 Estate Malbec that you can take home in refillable carafe bottles and killer $99 case specials!
HARVEST ACTIVITY: (Assuming there are still some grapes left to pick!) we'll have our infamous Grape Stomp contest both days at Noon and 2pm. Teams of 2 will compete to win tickets to the 2015 Redneck BBQ Bash, so bring your stomping feet!
ACART - Amador County Animal Response Team - is holding their fundraiser here at The Volcano Union Inn on Monday, September 28th.
NOW, more than ever, we urge you to come support this wonderful organization.
To put things in perspective, so far during the Butte Fire, ACART, in conjunction with Amador County Animal, has taken in over 400 animals from the evacuated areas of Amador and Calaveras counties. And they still have some room for more as of this time.