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Mark Twain gave Calaveras County its claim to fame with his bestselling story “The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.” Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this famous Gold Rush location still maintains its 19th-century charm, including Murphy’s Historic Hotel, in operation since 1856. Twain was just one of its famous guests. Visit www.calaveraswines.org →
Calaveras County
>30
tasting rooms
Natural wonder:
Calaveras Big Trees
a grove of giant sequoias
Known for rich reds like
Syrah, Merlot
and
Cabernet Sauvignon

Calaveras County Wineries

7 wineries

Events in Calaveras County

LoveMurphys.com Valentine Wine and Dine Soiree

Murphys Main Street, Murphys

The Love Murphys Valentine Wine and Dine Soiree introduces and seduces you, your sweetheart to the romantic side of Murphys in breathtaking Calaveras County.

Cost: FREE

Address & Location:
Murphys Main Street, Murphys Main Street, Murphys, CA

Phone: (209) 736-7955

Email: info@murphyswitchwalk.com

Website: www.lovemurphys.com

Details: Spend the day at the inaugural LoveMurphys.com Valentine Wine and Dine Soiree and find out how Murphys can and should be that special escapist romantic destination that you and your partner will return to again and again. The Love Murphys Valentine Wine and Dine Soiree encourages you to explore the historic Main Street, sample and enjoy aphrodisiacal wines at 24 wine tasting rooms, unique shopping, romantic dinners at fine restaurants, and passionately plush accommodations so you can discover what makes this town so special that it has been crowned the Queen of the Sierra.

6th Annual Murphys Witch Walk

Murphys Main Street, Murphys

The 6th Annual Murphys Witch Walk, Calaveras County’s #1 costumed oenophile festival, returns on Saturday October 15, 20222, from Noon to 8 pm

Cost: FREE

Address & Location:
Murphys Main Street, Murphys Main Street, Murphys, CA

Phone: (209) 736-7955

Email: info@murphyswitchwalk.com

Website: www.murphyswitchwalk.com

Details: With over 24 tasting rooms within walking distance along the Main Street, the Murphys Witch Walk has grown to attract thousands of costumed oenophile revelers to Murphys to explore, shop, dine, enjoy, and learn about this inimitable historic Motherlode town coined the ‘Queen of the Sierra.’ Murphys looks like a Deadwood, Silverado, and Wyatt Earp movie set combined with the relaxed and casual atmosphere and elegance of early 1970’s Sonoma and Napa. For a fun and festive themed party with friends and strangers, Murphys naturally becomes the perfect Gothic-ish “all the world’s a stage where everyone’s a star” backdrop.