Unlike any other wine trail experience you will have in California’s booming wine regions, Tin City serves up its soul on the daily.
Housed in an industrial park nestled along the historic 1,200 mile Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, visitors enjoy being served locally-sourced craft beverages by those elbow-deep in the process of creation. Sit at the bar and odds are the person pouring for you is the visionary behind what fills your glass.
A delight for trophy wine collectors, craft beer geeks and fans of small batch spirits alike, Tin City’s offerings are as diverse as the setting. A forklift dutifully moving palettes, a falcon in the updraft, a white oak bearing the mark of ‘safe passage’ as carved by 18th century travelers, a roll door revealing a stylish industrial interior humming with the laughter of friends; Tin City is totally its own. And farm-to-table fare is now available to pair with your favorite bottle at our new restaurant Tin Canteen.
Park anywhere and just start walking. Soon you’ll find that amongst this eclectic mix down by the tracks, there is one thing these makers all have in common. This community of wildly independent artisans love what they do, and they are part of Tin City to pour that love into everything they make with the sole purpose of sharing it.
All you need to do is show up and enjoy it.