Private Events and Tasting Room

Located at 477 25th Street, our neighbors and roommates are some of Oakland’s best makers – artists, chefs, and still an auto mechanic or two. Our tasting room is shared with the studio space for Local Language and the gallery for their artist-in-residence program.  

Three doors down from our tasting room is our actual winery, a converted warehouse that used to manufacture glass windows for cars and also houses Tintype Winery and Subject to Change Wine Co. Oh, yeah, we’re also the distillery for Oakland Spirits Co.

The latest from all four producers is available on our tasting room menu, which we rotate monthly to feature different bottles of wine and new specialty cocktails made from Oakland Spirits Co. gins and brandies. We also provide light bites, with fresh popped popcorn and three different empanada types from Javi’s Fine Foods. Occasionally we have live music.

Foosball table     We’re always open:

     Thursdays, 5-9pm

     Fridays, 5-9pm

     Saturdays, 2-5pm

     First Fridays, 5-10pm

     Or whenever you ask 


We’ll keep the doors open and stay late on days we’re busy. Have a glass with us, tuck in for tasting. Bottles are available to take home.

Private Events

Want to throw a great party for 30 to 100 or so of your friends, family members, or coworkers? We’ve got a great space for you at the winery/distillery. 

Keep in mind, the event space is in active production facility, so we are mostly blacked out for events between mid-August and late-October (harvest/crush season). Email or share your event details. 

Early Questions about Two Mile’s Tasting Room

We’ve been around the block a long time. Here in this location since 2009. That makes us veterans of the urban wine scene.

Here are some of our favorite frequently asked questions about the tasting room from back in the day. Some still asked today.

are you a winery?  


do you make the wine here? 




is this a tasting room? 


is it any good? 


can i have an ice cube in mine? 


oh come on, where do you really make the wine? 


but don’t you need like... tractors and stuff? 


sure i can’t have that ice cube’?