Sacramento Home Winemakers is a volunteer non-profit social club promoting the art and science of home winemaking. Meet new friends, make wine and have fun!
2023 – Sacramento Home Winemakers turns 50 years old!
January 28 – Sensory Training for Winemakers. The first in a multi-part series for winemakers, this Saturday workshop focuses on wine elements that impact taste. Members only. This workshop is full. Click here to be placed on a waiting list for seats that might open up due to cancellations.
February 81– Executive Board Meeting (Zoom). All members are welcome.
February 8 – New Members FAQ (Zoom). Learn all about SHW and ways we help you make the wines you’ll be proud of! 7 pm start. Details to follow.
February 15 – Monthly Meeting. Evaluation of White, Rose, and Orange Wines. Guest evaluators: Craig Haarmeyer, Alex Haarmeyer, and Melissa Peabody. Watch for the details.
Join Sacramento Home Winemakers
SHW is currently accepting 2023 memberships for both continuing and new members. Memberships may be submitted on-line, by USPS, or in person at a Club meeting. For membership details and membership form, click here.
January 18 – General Meeting
Guest speaker Darrell Corti shared a mellow evening about wine and wine making and poured a 1968 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon that he had made. After describing the wine’s journey, Darrell reversed what he has done for us for many meetings (Darrell’s evaluated hundreds of members’ wines) asking members to critique his wine.
December 14 – Holiday Party
The Club’s last event for 2022 was the Holiday Party when we wined and dined, recognized members for their extraordinary contributions, and supported the Club. See this blog post for more photos.
December 7 – Executive Board Meeting
Club Historian Gary Young opens up his home for the December board meetings when both the current and incoming executive board members gather. Everyone is invited to bring their favorite soup and wines to help get all through a particularly thorough agenda. A framed Club 30th anniversary poster hangs in Gary’s house.