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Mike McCall Playing Spanish Guitar and Ukulele at La Nebbia Winery Garden on Hwy 92
Fri September 10 @ 4:30pm - 6:30pm
One event on October 1, 2021 at 4:30pm
One event on October 15, 2021 at 4:30pm
Winery favorite, Mike McCall plays his beautiful Spanish guitar & ukulele.
A lovely start to another beautiful coastal weekend!
2021 Bottling Days
September 18th ~ Wine Style to be Announced, 9am to 4pm
November 13th ~ Wine Style to be Announced, 9am to 4pm
December 4th ~ Wine Style to be Announced, 9am to 4pm
La Nebbia is a boutique Winery located in the coastal town of Half Moon Bay, less than 2 miles from the sandy beaches of the Pacific Ocean. With our mild and temperate climate La Nebbia is the perfect place to enjoy throughout the year. Be sure to bring something warm and sun-shading, just in case it’s foggy or sunny. We get both often!
Join us in our Garden for seated table-side service Thursday’s 1pm-5pm, Friday’s 1pm-7pm and Saturday-Sunday from 11am-6pm to relax, unwind and sip wine (calendar of events below)! We offer a couple Tasting Flights each weekend in addition to our full bottle menu, and have a variety of à la carte charcuterie style foods. Outside food is permitted with offsite food fee, $50 for groups 1-4 and $100 for groups 5-10. Any group larger than 10 needs to make arrangements with the Winery.
Want something a bit more personalized? We can help you plan your next event
Bocce courts are Open ~ $35/hr ~ No Reservations
Free play on Thursday & Friday! (1st come 1st served)
Enjoy a Tasting Flight ($15) or
Create your own full bottle tasting, see wine list
*any wine not finished you may take with you
BARREL TO BOTTLE
Another big draw at the winery is our long-standing tradition of bottling events. These events evolved out of a common practice started nearly 40 years ago. Back in the 70’s many of our local customers would make a run to the winery and instead of buying a bottle or two off the shelf, they would bring their empty bottles or jugs to fill from our barrels. Save the bottle, but enjoy the wine was the motto of these early recyclers!
Over time, this local custom has evolved into our now regionally famous Barrel to Bottle events.
Pre orders accepted.