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Wine Country Bike Tour

Discover beautiful Livermore Valley Wine Country by bike! Ride to several of the area's favorite vineyards, recreational and scenic areas, and tastiest eateries.

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Begin your adventure at…

Espresso Rosetta and the Olive Oil Pantry
206 S J Street

Start your day with artisanal coffee at Espresso Rosetta. This local coffeehouse has a variety of hot and iced coffees, teas, and other handmade delicacies – and don’t forget to take in the art atop your coffee mug before enjoying your beverage!

 

The Olive Oil Pantry
2053 First Street

Taste your way through dozens of extra virgin and flavored olive oils and balsamic vinegars at The Olive Oil Pantry & Tasting Room. Each top shelf oil and vinegar at this specialty shop has a distinctive taste and unique story. Enjoy the flavors of delicious oils and balsalmics from around the world and right here in Northern California.

Espresso Rosetta & The Olive Oil Pantry to Centennial Light Bulb
(1.6 miles, about 10 minutes)
Enjoy the views and fresh air as you ride along the waterfront and across the Mare Island Causeway.

1. Ride east on Second Street toward S Livermore Avenue.
2. Turn right onto S Livermore Avenue.
3. Turn left onto East Avenue.
4. Arrive at Centennial Light Bulb on the left.

 

Centennial Light Bulb
4550 East Avenue

The Centennial Bulb is the world’s longest burning light bulb! The bulb was first installed in 1901 at the fire department hose cart house. Today it shines at Fire Station 6 in Livermore where it holds the Guinness World Record for the longest burning light bulb.

Ride from Centennial Light Bulb to Nottingham Cellars
(1.4 miles, about 8 minutes)

1. Head east on East Avenue toward Loyola Way.
2. Turn right onto S Vasco Road.
3. Arrive at Nottingham Cellars on the right.

 

Nottingham Cellars
2245 S Vasco Road

Nottingham Cellars has been a staple of Livermore Valley wines since 2009. The vineyard is known for its limited production Bordeaux and Rhone-style varieties. Visit their newly renovated tasting room where you can sample wines and learn about the history of the area. CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from Nottingham Cellars to Concannon Vineyard
(2.1 miles, about 13 minutes)

1. Ride south on S Vasco Road toward Research Drive.
2.Turn right onto Welch Lane.
3. At the intersection with Elston Street, bear left to ride onto the Bruno Canziani Neighborhood Park path.
4. Follow the park path as it curves to the left.
5. Cross Charlotte Way onto Calvary Lane.

 

Concannon Vineyard
4590 Tesla Road

Concannon Vineyard has been a mainstay of California wines since 1883. Concannon introduced America’s First Petite Sirah in 1961, and four generations of winemakers have built a reputation for signature wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Grenache. CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from Concannon Vineyard to Steven Kent Winery
(0.7 miles, about 5 minutes)

1. Ride south toward Tesla Road.
2. Turn left onto Tesla Road.
3. Cross Mines Road.
4. Arrive at Steven Kent Winery on the right.

 

Steven Kent Winery
5443 Tesla Road

The mission of Steven Kent Winery is to craft the very best Bordeaux wines. Steven Kent Winery’s Cabernet Sauvignons are the hallmark of the region, producing exclusive small-lot vintages of Bordeaux varietals each year. Enjoy the tasting room and hors d’oeuvres at this Livermore mainstay. CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from Steven Kent Winery to Garré Vineyard
(1.7 miles, about 10 minutes)

1. Turn right to ride east on Tesla Road.
2. Arrive at Garré Vineyard & Winery on the left.

 

Garré Vineyard & Winery
7986 Tesla Road

Garré Vineyard & Winery is a picturesque destination known for it’s award-winning red, sparkling, and estate wine. Stop for a bite to eat in the cafe, and enjoy a game on the bocce ball court during your visit! CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from Garré Vineyard & Winery to McGrail Vineyards
(1.1 miles, about 7 minutes)

1. Ride east on Tesla Road.
2. Turn right onto Greenville Road.
3. Arrive at McGrail Vineyards and Winery on the left.

 

McGrail Vineyards and Winery
5600 Greenville Road

Enjoy the rustic, intimate environment at McGrail Vineyards and Winery. Experience the tasting room experience and spend some time in the scenic picnic area for a break, a game of bocce, and a snack. CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from McGrail Vineyards to Rubino Estates Winery
(9.1 miles, about 55 minutes)

1. Ride north on Greenville Road.
2. Turn left onto Tesla Road.
3. After the intersection with Mines Road, cross onto the shared use path that parallels Tesla Road.
4. Curve to the right and continue riding along Livermore Avenue.
5. Turn left to ride along Concannon Blvd.
6. Turn left onto Isabel Avenue.
7. Turn right onto Vineyard Avenue.
8. Arrive at Rubino Estates Winery on your left.

 

Rubino Estates Winery
1188 Vineyard Avenue

Rubino Estates Winery specializes in Italian varietals like Sangiovese, Barbera, Nebbiolo and Trebbiano. Taste the award-winning wines and take in the history of the grounds – Rubino Estates Winery sits on the same vineyard estate as one of the original Livermore Valley wineries, Ruby Hill Winery, which opened in 1887. CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from Rubino Estates Winery to Campo Di Bocce and Ruby Hill Winery
(1.1 miles, about 7 minutes)

“1. Turn right onto Vineyard Avenue to heading east.
2. Arrive at Campo Di Bocce and Ruby Hill Winery on the right.

 

Campo Di Bocce of Livermore
175 Vineyard Avenue

Get ready for fun at this local favorite! Have a delicious Italian meal, then take a bocce lesson and challenge your buddies to a game (or five).

 

Ruby Hill Winery
400 Vineyard Avenue

Ruby Hill Winery, established in 1887, is one of the oldest wineries in the Livermore Valley. In addition to the tasting room, take time to walk the grounds, and don’t miss the amazing gift store! CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

Ride from Campo Di Bocce to Wente Vineyards and Lake Del Valle via Arroyo Del Valle Regional Trail
(4.1 miles, about 24 minutes)

1. Turn right to ride southeast on E Vineyard Avenue.
2. Turn left onto Vallecitos Road.
3. Turn right onto Wetmore Road.
4. Turn right at the Sycamore Grove Park to access the Arroyo Del Valle Regional Trail.
5. Ride south on the Arroyo Del Valle Regional Trail.
6. At the fork, turn left to stay on Arroyo Del Valle Regional Trail.
7. After crossing over Veterans Road, curve to the left toward Arroyo Road.
8. Cross Arroyo Road to arrive at Wente Vineyards.

 

Wente Vineyards
5040 Arroyo Road

Wente Family Estates is the oldest continuously operated family-owned winery in the country. This Livermore Valley classic has been a part of the wine region since 1883. You can taste the wines here any day, but if you stop by on a weekend they’ll often have live music and gourmet food trucks on site as well. CAUTION: Like motor vehicles, bicycles should not be used as a mode of transportation if the rider is under the influence of alcohol. Taste in moderation and do not ride if you are impaired.

 

Del Valle Regional Park
5229 Arroyo Road

If you find yourself with an extra hour or two of daylight, make your way to Del Valle Regional Park and beautiful Lake Del Valle. From the parking area, ride onto the Shore Trail to wind over the lakeside hills to beautiful vista views of the lake. Be ready for an uphill climb – but the view is well worth the uphill pedaling! If you need to, simply walk your bike on the inclines.

Ride back to Downtown Livermore
(4.3 miles, about 26 minutes)

1. Turn right to ride northeast on Arroyo Road.
2. Continue onto S L Street.
3. Turn right onto First Street to arrive in Downtown Livermore.