What better way to welcome spring than a country escape? Start your thaw with an intimate weekend for the LGBT community, among friends, historic towns, and rolling vineyards. Hike, sip, cook, and eat your way through Amador County alongside our favorite chefs, artisans, and wine makers in their kitchens, vineyards, and barrel rooms. We're keeping the weekend close-knit with just 75 people so you get the chance to connect. If you've never enjoyed Amador, know you'll be well taken care of, well fed, and leaving with more friends than you came in with. 


OUr Story continues...

If you visited the Come OUT site last year, you know we moved to Amador almost 3 years ago when Jack recovered from a career in lobbying by working for a small winery here in the foothills. You also might know we did so with a bit of trepidation for the country life; long drives just to get to the store, rattlesnake warnings, and sidewalks rolled up by 6pm on a Sunday initiated us into our life in the country. 

And while our story has included more than one rattlesnake on our back porch, it's also included some wonderful lessons; long drives mean a chance to enjoy the quiet, rolling countryside with some of the most beautiful views in the state; keeping an eye out for snakes means taking in the natural beauty and wildlife; and Sundays are best enjoyed with friends watching the sunset with an delicious glass of wine. 

Our story has also grown to include an amazing group of people. Last year was our first opportunity to share this wonderful place with our community at the inaugural Come OUT to Amador. We got to introduce new friends from all over the state to our local chefs, winemakers, cheesemongers, farmers, and history. It was more than we ever expected -- and took us about a week to recover from all the food and wine. The weekend also showed us we want to invite more of our community up to be part of Amador's story. So, we're doing it again. And just like last year, we promise you won't leave hungry.


Looking forward to seeing you in March,

Jack Gorman and Kyle Peppers