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Bottle Your Own Dulcinea Dessert Wine
Bottle Your Own Dulcinea Dessert Wine

Sat, Dec 02


Nevada City Winery

Bottle Your Own Dulcinea Dessert Wine

Our Club Members are invited to join us for a unique and exclusive event – the opportunity to bottle your own dessert wine.

Time & Location

Dec 02, 2023, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City, CA 95959, USA

About The Event




December Wine Club Pickup

Saturday, December 2nd | 12:00–5:00 PM

Exclusive to Wine Club Members & Their Guests

Our Club Members are invited to join us for a unique and exclusive event – the opportunity to bottle your own dessert wine.

Our December Wine Club Pickup Event is taking place in the barrel room. Enter our cellar doors to be greeted by warm candlelight and a complimentary glass of Dulcinea. Settle in with a decedent dark chocolate pairing before taking on the bottling line. When you are ready, our winemaker will guide you through the hand bottling process as you fill, cork, and label your own bottle. Sign your label and customize your keepsake by dipping it in a decorative wax seal. This bottling experience will not only connect you with the final step in the winemaking process, but also provide you with a unique keepsake to sip and savor throughout the holidays. 

Take your bottles home with you or visit our complimentary gift-wrapping station to have us wrap and ship your bottles to loved ones as holiday gifts. You may also purchase additional bottles of pre-bottled Dulcinea. 

Continue Your Afternoon Upstairs

After bottling, you are invited to continue your afternoon upstairs in the tasting room where Aedryan Gantt will be performing live from 3:00–6:00 PM. Meet fellow Wine Club Members, share your passion for wine, and enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded enthusiasts. Fireside seating, mulled wine, and good company will extend throughout the night. 

Pick Up Your Club Wines

Your club wines will be prepared for pickup upstairs in the tasting room. Visit our dedicated Wine Club table beside the bar at your leisure.


Each ticket counts for one 375ml bottle of Dulcinea that you will personally fill, cork, label, and take home. If you purchase one ticket, you will fill and take home one bottle. If you purchase six tickets, you will fill and take home six bottles. Please note, there will also be pre-bottled Dulcinea available for purchase.

$40.00 Per Ticket, Wine Club Discounts apply

Wine Club Pricing

12 Bottle Club (30% OFF) - $28.00 

6 Bottle Club (20% OFF) - $32.00

3 Bottle Club (15% OFF) - $34.00




About Dulcinea

Our Dulcinea is named after Dulcinea del Toboso, the sacred yet fictional princess for which Don Quixote commits each of his valorous deeds in the novel written by Miguel de Cervantes in 1605. She epitomizes Don Quixote’s chivalric conception of the perfect woman.

The name Dulcinea is based on the Spanish word dulce (sweet), and suggests an overly elegant "sweetness." To this day, a reference to someone as one's "Dulcinea" implies idealistic devotion and love. 

We hope that our Dulcinea will inspire the same chivalric acts and idealistic imagination with each sip. This sensational dessert wine has been aging in French oak barrels for nine years. Our winemaker has artfully blended the Sangiovese harvested from our local Sierra Foothills with a delicate Pinot Noir grown on the foggy Sonoma Coast. The wine rolls down your tongue with impossible softness and embraces you with its rich flavors of ripe cherry and spice. It was fortified with our very own brandy and is rounded beautifully by its sweetness, just as the Spanish name implies. 

This Dulcinea is the perfect expression of the holidays. It is soft, rich, and decedent. It warms your soul from within, and elicits the kind of joy that must be shared with the loved ones that surround you. We simply could not wait to get it to you.

"For her hairs are gold, her forehead Elysian fields, her eyebrows rainbows, her eyes suns, her cheeks roses, her lips coral, her teeth pearls, her neck alabaster, her bosom marble, her hands ivory, her fairness snow, and what modesty conceals from sight such...” (Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote 1605).

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