Hello and welcome to Ehrenberg Cellars

In 2008 we started in Alameda at Rock Wall Winery and Rosenblum Cellars creating our signature wines and our venture for “love of the drink!”

The experience of being an Urban Winery was great over the years which has allowed us to grow into our current home in the wine region of Livermore Valley. We feel this is where we want to be, close to the bay area yet in “Wine Country”!  Not just any wine country but the very first wine region of California.

My appreciation goes back to my European roots and as a young boy sipping wine with my family at dinner.  It inspired me to dedicate and to create exceptional wines.  Rich, full-bodied, deep in character with a beautiful oak finish that is intense in flavor and unique; this tradition lives on today with the award-winning wines of Ehrenberg Cellars.

There are two locations where you can visit us.  Our tasting room at 5143 Tesla Rd, Livermore is open Friday and Sunday from 12 pm until 5 pm and Saturday from 12 pm until 6 pm.

Our second location is at our winery facility located at 346 Earhart Drive, Livermore CA 94551.  We share our winery with two other award-winning wineries, Favalora Vineyards, and Rosa Fierro Cellars.  We have monthly events ranging from Paint Nights, Wine & Dance, Pop Up Class & Wine Tasting, Barrel Tasting, Open Houses, and weekly Food Truck, vendors.  We are located off I-580/exit Airway Blvd, proximity to 24 Hour Fitness, Cattleman’s, Extended Stay, and Boomers.  We are also located next door to Eight Bridges Brewing.   Our hours are Friday 4 pm until 8 pm, Saturday 12 pm until 8 pm, and Sunday 12 pm until 6 pm.

Join us at one of our events or stop by our tasting room.  Be a part of our family and join our Whine Club and see what our friends and family have been enjoying for years; after all, “It’s for the love of the Drink!”

From reservation and events information email us at ehrenbergevents@gmail.com

So sign up for our “Whine Club” and enjoy what our friends and family have been enjoying for years.  Take a sip of Ehrenberg Cellars.  Then relax, drop your shoulders just a bit, and you will find yourself saying “Aaah, life is good!