You might not know that the owners of the Amador 360 Winery Collective tasting room, Brian Miller and Deirdre Mueller, are the founders and organizers of the popular Barbera Festival, an annual event in Amador that draws over 2,000 people to taste the wines of more than 80 wineries from all over California. They also created and run the big, new Amador Four Fires Festival, an immersion into Amador County’s wine and food culture.
About the Owners
The owners of the Amador360 Winery Collective tasting room, Brian Miller and Deirdre Mueller, have been heavily involved in the local wine scene for over a decade, both having worked at various tasting rooms in the region and organizing a variety of wine events and fundraisers. They are the founders and organizers of the popular Barbera Festival, an annual event that draws over 2,000 people to Amador to taste Barberas from up to 80 wineries from all over California. They are also the creators of the popular Amador Four Fires Festival, an immersion into Amador County’s wine and food culture.
Miller is a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW), and a wine judge at numerous wine competitions including the California State Fair. With 30 years of personal experience with wines, he loves to share his knowledge with others. “Tasting wine is an individual experience. At Amador360 we want every person who walks in our door to have an experience tailored to their needs, and to fall in love with Amador wines. New to the area? We want to ensure that you have a memorable wine tasting experience and learn about the wines and wineries of Amador County.”
Start Your Exploration with Us
Amador360 brings you the unique, the boutique, and the difficult to find wines, all in a single, friendly location.
A wine collector? Let us find you a new, hidden treasure. Familiar with Amador? We can introduce you to Amador wines you didn’t know existed. Our customers have the opportunity to taste wines that they can’t taste anywhere else. These include multiple Gold Medal winners, class and sweepstakes winners, and 90+ point rated wines.”
It’s clear that Amador County is generating quite a bit of buzz in the wine industry. Consumers are discovering Amador and its wines. We want to help our customers be part of that excitement.