3 Steves Wine philosophy is to grow the best grapes from the vineyard, and to purchase the grapes they don’t grow from Livermore and other local regions.
Visitors of Bent Creek are invited to enjoy quality, handcrafted wines in a serene setting that seems miles away from the pressures of civilization.
Brushy Peak is a 1,702-foot landmark that has been recognized as sacred. Great opportunities for hiking, biking, running, nature study and dog walking.
Always an industry leader, Concannon is the first successful winery to be founded by an Irish immigrant and one of the first to make Bordeaux-style wines in California.
Deep in a valley framed by oak-covered hills, with sailboats and kayaks skimming over its water, Del Valle is a dog-friendly lakeside haven only 10 miles south of Livermore.
Dublin Hills Regional Park’s trails, including a segment of the Calaveras Ridge Regional Trail, provide local access and offer excellent views for hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians.
The Jeremiah Trail provides a good sampling of the varied landscape of Northern California and is for those who love a challenge.
Beginning in Danville and ending in Pleasanton, the Tri-Valley portion of this multi-use trail offers scenic vistas to walkers, bicyclists, and equestrians
Bollinger Canyon Trail provides a relatively short, moderate hike up to the top of Las Trampas Ridge. The Las Trampas Regional Wilderness provides 5,342 acres of wilderness and trails.
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park is a beautiful 5,271-acre parkland on the oak-covered ridge overlooking Pleasanton. This loop hike accommodates hikers, equestrians, and bicyclists.