We’re excited to announce that Livermore Valley Wine Country is reopening! On Friday, June 12 Alameda County issued a statement announcing that dine-in restaurants and wineries will be allowed to reopen to the public as of Friday, June 19th.
Livermore Valley wineries will be following County and State guidelines when they reopen; including cleaning and disinfecting protocols, social distancing, limited occupancy, and wearing face coverings. Below are a few guidelines that have been put in place for consumers to follow. Please review before making your reservations for the weekend.
- Food Purchase – the wineries are required to offer sit-down, dine-in meals. Alcohol can only be sold in the same transaction as a meal.
- Because of this requirement, not all wineries will be opening this weekend. Please visit the events page on our website to see the full list of wineries that will be open.
- Reservations – making a reservation is recommended before visiting a winery. Reservations of groups larger than six are not allowed by the county and state.
- Face Coverings – you will be required to wear a face covering according to county requirements. You may remove your face covering when you are seated for your tasting.
- Social Distancing – please keep at least six feet of distance from other parties visiting the winery.
- Liability Waiver – you may be asked to sign a waiver of liability at the time of the reservation. This is a County recommendation for the wineries to enforce but is ultimately optional.
Thank you for supporting Livermore Valley Wine Country and staying patient while the wineries get accustomed to this new required format.