Monday, April 24, 2017

Wine Tree Farm: 4th Anniversary Celebration - Sat May 13

Save the Date -  May 13th, 2017

Join us for a Mexican Feast on
May 13th, 2017

Celebrate our 4th Anniversary
Wine Club members may pick up your 2017 Spring wine club wines!

RSVPs appreciated!
209-783-5049 or 
Our 4th Anniversary Celebration
Celebrate the 4th Anniversary of our tasting room!

We'll be offering delicious Mexican Fare and tasty treats.

Our Anniversary
Great Case Specials! 

Wine Club members save 40% off retail
Non-Members save 20% off retail

Saturday, May 13th 2017
12 noon - 4 pm

Wine Tree Farm
14467 Highway 49, Amador City
2015 Off The Grid Rosè

A blend of 50% each of our Estate Grown Grenache and Mourvêdre.

Just in time for Spring and Summer
Wine Club
Pick-up Party!
2017 Spring
Wine Club Pick-up

As we don't have any new red wine releases this time, we are offering YOUR CHOICE.

Each member can select 2 of their favorite wines.

Saturday, May 13th 2017
12 noon - 4 pm

Wine Tree Farm
14467 Highway 49, Amador City
We will be pouring at this wonderful event. Hope to see you there.

Amador Four Fires is a one-of-a-kind food and wine immersion experience blending open-flame cooking by renown local chefs, meet-the-winemaker sessions, cooking demonstrations, sensory stations, and tastings of Amador’s award-winning wine inspired by the grapes of Southern France, Italy, Spain/Portugal, and Heritage California.

Monday, April 17, 2017

UC Foothill Grape Day: To Highlight Local Research and Improve Your Vineyard “Culture.” - Thurs May 18

Foothill Grape Day, sponsored and organized by the University of California Cooperative Extension Central Sierra Farm Advisor, Lynn Wunderlich, will be held Thursday, May 18 at the Amador County Fairgrounds. This year’s annual grower meeting will focus on current UC research, including what to watch for when planting a new vineyard, the latest on two new grape pests: the three-cornered alfalfa treehopper and the Virginia creeper leafhopper, and the effect of high temperatures on fruit composition and tannin development in vineyards.

Larry Bettiga, Viticulture Farm Advisor in UCCE Monterey County, has conducted studies comparing the extra tall rootstock “ubervine” to typically grafted vines.  He will present these results and more on what pitfalls to avoid when planting a new vineyard or replanting a vineyard.

Cindy Preto, PhD candidate for the UC Davis Entomology Department will discuss her studies of the three-cornered alfalfa treehopper, which has been shown to be a vector of grapevine red blotch virus in laboratory studies. “Red blotch” is a major concern for many growers, and Cindy is one of the few who have studied the three-cornered alfalfa treehopper in the field. 

Houston Wilson, Post-doctoral student with the UC Berkeley Entomology Department will give a presentation on an area-wide IPM Program developed to manager another relatively new grape pest, the Virginia creeper leafhopper.

To round out the morning, Dr. Kaan Kurtural, Cooperative Extension Viticulture Specialist, will discuss the effects of high temperatures on fruit composition; and James Campbell, PhD candidate in the UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Department, will talk about his research on tannin development in vineyards.

To register for Foothill Grape Day, contact Robin Cleveland at (530) 621-5528 or go to

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

The Deaver Dish - April 2017

Inside this Issue:
Spring into Zin on Steiner Road~Sold Out
Zins on Horizon
Mother's Day
Spring Lamb

Spring into Zin on Steiner Rd~Sold Out
If you were one of the lucky ones to purchase tickets, thank you and we will see you Saturday!
This is a ticketed event for ticket holders only~No exceptions will be made

*All attendees must be 21 years of age or older to attend. We apologize but due to the adult nature of the event, we will not be able to accommodate minors or children.
Zins on Horizon~Saturday, May 6 & Sunday, May 7 
At this once-a-year experience you are invited to BLIND taste 7 Deaver Zinfandels!
Can you pick out the Ten Zins? Signature Zin? Circa 1860's? Is Primitivo really a Zin? Yes, we are releasing a Rose'!
Seminar times available: Please click below to be taken directly to order page. 
Saturday, May 6~11:00 & 1:00
SundayMay 7
11:00, 1:00
$5/per person, Club members complimentary (limit 2 per membership) 

You MUST sign into your wine club account and click on "View Product Details" to receive your complimentary tickets. 
To avoid shipping charges: on the checkout page on the left hand side where it has SHIPPING INFO scroll down and choose: PICK UP AT MAIN LOCATION

Reservations are required, and each session is limited to 20 participants.

Mother's Day May 14th 10:30-5:00
Looking for that perfect Mother's Day spot?
Look no further! Let us make this Mother's Day one Mom will never forget. Relax and enjoy a picnic lunch on the Deaver Green with sandwiches from Main Street Melters in Placerville.

All lunches include choice of Broccoli Apple Salad or Potato Salad, dessert and bottled water.  
Pastrami– Pastrami, Swiss Cheese, Romaine Lettuce, Tomatoes,Red Onions and Mustard. 
Bird– Chipotle Chicken, Pepper Jack, Avocado, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Pepperoncini, and our Hot Pepper Spread.
Turkey– Turkey, Avocado, Havarti, Artichoke Hearts, Spinach, Red Onions and Tomatoes.
Ham– Black Forest Ham, Provolone Cheese, Romaine Lettuce, Tomatoes and Onions.
Nothing But Veggies– Romaine Lettuce, Spinach, Tomatoes, Onions, Artichoke Hearts, Black Olives and Pepperoncinis topped with Avocado. 

We hope to have the online orders set up in a day or two. But you can call or email the winery any time.
Please do not select the option without a sandwich listed.
Please note: a minimum of two sandwich orders per table reservation to hold a table.  Each sandwich is $20.00 per person.
Have any dietary requests? Feel free to let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.
We will be offering our Deaver Mimosas (Peach Sparkling & Orange Juice) available by the carafe in the tasting room, you can also preorder wine online when ordering your lunches.
(Please remember no other alcohol  besides Deaver wine may be consumed while on Deaver grounds)

Reservations accepted thru Wednesday May 10th

Deaver Spring Lamb
It's that time of year again! Deaver lamb is free range and sold by the half or whole. Full of mouthwatering flavors, you will be reluctant to share such a delicacy with your friends and family. You can order online or call 209-245-4099 and pick up in the tasting room after April 11th by the half ($199.00) or whole lamb ($340.00).
Everyone must prepay for lambs this year, sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. 

Visit our website for a complete calendar of events.

Monday, April 3, 2017

April 2017 at Sutter Creek Provisions!

Sutter Creek Provisions  
April Calendar

Sunday  4/09

no cover

Darin Sexton & HWY 49

Saturday 4/22
5pm doors

The Bottom Dwellers
Saturday 4/29

no cover
Damon & Josh 
from Forever Goldrush


Sunday 4/30
no cover
The Slade Rivers Band
We'll be 
Sunday, April 16th


The Bottom Dwellers
 5pm doors
$10 cash only

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Vinyl Wednesday...
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Last Chance for NON-Andis members to get Andis' 2014 Malbec! Offer expires April 3

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2014 Andis Estate Malbec, Amador County
DOUBLE GOLD - 2017 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
VARIETAL: 100% Malbec
*4 Bottles Maximum per purchase
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills of Amador County, the Andis Estate Vineyard spans 20 acres of rolling hills in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. A splendid 2.3 acres of our vineyard is planted to Malbec. Each year these young vines mature in our decomposed granite soils. 2014 marks the very first bottling of our Estate Malbec.
Sanguine notes lead to dried berry, macerated cherry and plum tart flavors flanked by some leather, rose, and cocoa nuances ending with a minerally finish.
Get your hands on this fantastic offering before the clock on Malbec rus out April 3rd, 2017..

Malbec is one of the original 5 main Bordeaux varietals. For centuries, Malbec played a supporting role in Bordeaux blends but it often underperformed because of its sensitivity to climate.
In Southwest France in Cahors (a small town on a switchback river that flows towards Bordeaux), Malbec is called ‘Cot’ and in the Middle Ages it was called “black wine” for its deep, purple-ebony hue.
The Cahors appellation remains the main home site for Malbec. Cahors AOC law dictates that no less than 70% of the variety be included in the blend. Its history can be traced back to the ancient Romans.
Today Malbec shines as the star varietal of Argentina, which grows 70% of the world's Malbec. It was first brought to Argentina in the 1850’s by French Agronomist Michel Pouget who was hired by the Argentine government.
Malbec is now so popular, the grape has its own holiday, International Malbec Day, which is also known as World Malbec day, celebrated every April 17th.

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