With 4,000 acres of wine grapes, the Livermore Valley has more than 50 wineries growing 30 plus varieties. You’ll find everything from 100-case boutique operations to 400,000-case industry big names.
Every bottle I sampled, every woman I met had a story to tell. I’m sharing their stories with you in hopes of inspiring you to visit their wineries in Livermore Valley, California.
Women are helping to diversify the industry and I am proud to be on board with that challenge.
I first fell in love with wine in 2009 while working in a tasting room that a friend of mine managed in Livermore, where I eventually assisted the winemaker with harvesting grapes and making port.
My winery is one of the few wineries in Livermore Valley that is 100% women owned and operated. It is a small business, and I am very involved in operations.
If you visit the tasting room, you will almost always find me there ready to pour for you and welcome you to my winery.
The best time to go to Rosa Fierro Cellars is Saturday nights when they have live music. On the first and third Thursdays, they also have music with other wineries in the area.