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Summer/Fall 2013

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Discover Bodega Bay...

A Coastal Wonderland!

There’s no place in the world quite like Bodega Bay on California’s beautiful coastline. From world class golf and 2013 Events sportfishing to relaxing beaches and ocean at Bodega Bay: view wining and dining, you’ll find your Castle & Kites May 4, 2013 coastal wonderland at Bodega Bay! Visit the Fireworks... July 5, 2013 site of Hitchcock’s classic film, “The Birds”. The Big Event (BBQ, Crafts & More) August 5 Find out more at www.bodegabayca.org! Seafood Art & Wine Festival Aug 24 & 25 Christmas Crafts Fair Nov. 22 & 23 Chowder Day January 25, 2014 Hitchcock Film Festival March 28-29, 2014 Fisherman’s Festival April 26 & 27, 2014

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Stay in Bodega Bay. Adams Realty

“THE local real estate experts” 2001 Hwy One, Ste A, Bodega Bay (707) 875-3200 www.bodegabayrealty.com

Bay Hill Mansion Bed & Breakfast A Romantic & Luxurious Retreat in a Queen Anne Victorian estate. 3919 Bay Hill Road, Bodega Bay 1-877-468-1588 • www.bayhillmansion.com

Bodega Bay & Beyond

“BEST” Vacation Rentals

Amazing homes with spectacular views! 1580 Eastshore Rd, Ste I, Bodega Bay (707) 377-4250 • www.BBBVR.com

Bodega Bay Escapes

Find the perfect Bodega Bay vacation rental! 555 Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay, CA 94923 (877) 809-7819 • (707) 875-2600 www.bodegabayescapes.com

________________________ Bodega Bay Inn

Family owned and operated. Cal King Beds. A large selection of beautiful Beautiful gardens. vacation homes. 1588 Eastshore Rd., Bodega Bay Coast•Hwy. 1,www.101things.com/winecountry Bodega Bay 6 Wine575 Country Go to (707) 875-3388 (707) 875-3942 www.bodegabayinn.com www.sonomacoast.com

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Bodega Bay Lodge

The quintessential California coastal retreat. 103 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-3525 www.bodegabaylodge.com

Bodega Bay RV Park

The only full-service RV Park on the Sonoma Coast. 2001 Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-3701 • bodegabayrvpark.com

________________________ The Continental Inn

Old fashioned luxury with modern comfort and convenience. 26985 Hwy. 1, Tomales, CA 94971 (707) 878-2396 • thecontinentalinn.com


Shop & Play Bodega Bay. Candy & Kites

A happy little store specializing in being nice to you for 30 years! 1415 Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-3777 www.candyandkites.com

________________________ Diekmann’s Bay Store Groceries, Sporting Goods, Deli 1275 California 1 Bodega Bay (707) 875-3517 www.diekmannsbaystore.com

________________________ East Shore Outfitters

Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery

Your source for Bodega Bay Wear 1795A Highway 1, Bodega Bay (707) 377-4034 www.eastshoreoutfitters.com

________________________ Bodega Bay Massage

Coastal Treasures, Antiques and Gifts. 1580 East Shore, Suite K, Bodega Bay 800-528-6170 • Facebook.com/eclecticamanda

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Historic California Art & Local Artists 1785 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-2911 BodegaBayHeritageGallery.com An eclectic blend of massage styles. 1580 Eastshore Rd., #F, Bodega Bay (707) 876-3174 www.bodegabaymassage.com

________________________ Boat House Restaurant & Bodega Bay Sportfishing

Your gateway to the finest fishing on the coast! 1445 Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-3495 www.bodegabaysportfishing.com

________________________ Eclectic Amanda

________________________ Horse ‘N Around Trail Rides All rides have ocean views! 2660 Hwy One, Bodega Bay (707) 875-8849 horsenaroundtrailrides.com

________________________ The Links at Bodega Harbour Golf in Breathtaking natural beauty! 21301 Heron Dr., Bodega Bay (707) 875-3538 www.bodegaharbourgolf.com

Taste Bodega Bay Bay View Restaurant & Bar

Fishetarian Fish Market & Deli

Italian Cuisine 800 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-2751 • www.innatthetides.com

Sustainable seafood & good eats! 599 S Highway 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-9092 • www.fishetarian.org

The Bluewater Bistro

Fort Ross Vineyard Tasting Room

A perfect combination of seaside and wine country cuisine. 21301 Heron Dr., Bodega Bay (707) 875-3513 www.bodegaharbourgolf.com

Overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Floating Above the Fog 15725 Meyers Grade Rd., Jenner 707.847.3460 • www.FortRossVineyard.com

The Casino Bar & Grill

Sonoma Coast’s only wine bar, bottle shop & gift store! 913 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-9875 www.gourmetaubay.com

Historic old style roadhouse! 17000 Bodega Hwy. Bodega (707) 876-3135 thecasinobarandgrill.com

The Duck Club Restaurant

The perfect place to start or finish your day. 103 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-3525 www.bodegabaylodge.com

Local Color Artist Gallery

See the work of over 25 Sonoma County artists. 1580 Eastshore Rd., Bodega Bay 707-875-2744 www.localcolorgallery.com

________________________ Miss Anita Fishing Charters & Fisherman’s Cove

Bodega Bay’s first charter fishing Catamaran! Bodega Bay’s only Oyster Bar! 1850 Bay Flat Rd, Bodega Bay (707)-875-FISH (3474) missanitafishingcharters.com bodegabayoysters.com

________________________ The Ren Brown Collection Gallery Contemporary Japanese Prints, Regional Artwork & Japanese Antiques 1781 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay (707)875-2922 • www.renbrown.com

________________________ Sonoma Concierge

Private, Custom Tours & Transportation (707) 331-6722 • sonomaconcierge.com info@sonomaconcierge.com

________________________ Second Wind Kites, Toys, Sweets and Fun! 1805 Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay (707) 875-WIND (9463) www.secondwindfun.com

Gourmet au Bay

Spud Point Crab Company

Old style Fishermen’s Wharf operation. 1860 Westshore Rd., Bodega Bay (707) 875-9472 www.spudpointcrab.com

The Birds Cafe

Bay View - Patio - Fire Pits - Beer/Wine Chowder - Fish - Burgers - BBQ Seafood 1407 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay 707-875-2900 • www.thebirdscafe.com

Tides Wharf Restaurant & Bar

Scan the QR Code at right to see menus of the above restaurants.

No seats available…. without a view of the bay! GoBay to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 7 835 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega (or go to www.101things.com/winecountry/ (707) 875-3652 • www.innatthetides.com bodega-bay-restaurant-menus/


The “True Bodega Bay Experience”!

Stop in at this old style

Fisherman’s Wharf operation, and find out why they were voted Best Chowder on the Coast for nine years in a row! You can watch as the live crab go into the large cooker right outside the shop. Sit at our outdoor tables and sample their famous Crab Sandwich while you watch the fishing fleets operate right across the street.

Featuring limited quantities of Estate grown, single vineyard, cool climate Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinotage.

1860 Westshore Rd., Bodega Bay (707) 875-9472 • spudpointcrab.com

Come visit the new Fishetarian Fish Market! • A Fresh Seafood case • Fabulous Panko crusted, fresh rock-cod fish & chips with hand cut Kennebec french fries • Our Famous Charlie’s Chowder (In a Sourdough Breadbowl!) • Incredible fried calamari, prawns, oysters • Amazing fish tacos • Delicious seafood sandwiches • Organic salads & springrolls with homemade dressings • Gluten free meal options • Nostalgic sodas • Local Beer / wine selection • Locally made, natural, organic snacks • 100% biodegradable / compostable tableware

599 Highway 1 South (next to Lucas Wharf) 707.875.9092 • Bodega Bay, Ca • fishetarian.org

Specializing In Being Nice To You! • • • • • • • •

Single Line Kites Dual Control Sport Kites Traction & Trainer Kites Kite Buggies Garden Spinners Flags & Windsocks Beach Toys & Air Toys Salt Water Taffy and lots more

1415 Coast Highway 1, Bodega Bay 707.875.3777 • candyandkites.com 8 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry


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Cloverdale... Where Wine Country meets the Redwoods! Tucked into the hills of Sonoma County is a place still untouched by

the hustle and bustle of its San Francisco Bay Area neighbors. In this carefully preserved corner of Northern California, time moves to a more gentle rhythm and the quality of life is as authentic as the flavors

produced by its many vineyards.

From the citrus-scented air to picture-perfect views, this is wine country in its purest form. But there is plenty to do in Cloverdale, and much of it an easy stroll around town. Come find out for yourself why Budget Travel named Cloverdale one of its “Coolest Small Towns in America”.

Galleries Cloverdale Arts Alliance

Spa Services

“Bringing the Arts to Northern Sonoma County” www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org

Main Street Spa

131 N. Main Street Teri Matlock, CMT • 707-228-6589 Colleen Shields, CMT • 707-292-4168

The Spa at the Towers

Betsi Hamilton 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Ste. 1 Massage 707-217-6533

Wine & Beer Fritz Underground Winery

24691 Dutcher Creek Rd. 800-418-9463 • fritzwinery.com

Ruth McGowan’s Brewpub

The Artful Eye

131 East First Street • 707-894-9610 ruthmcgowansbrewpub.com

Towers Gallery

Vino di Amore Tasting Room and Lounge

210 N. Cloverdale Blvd 707-894-7449 • artful-eye.com 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Suite 2 707-894-4331 • towersgallery.com

105 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-6166 • vinodiamore.com

Join us for Friday Night Live - May 31st to Aug 30th

Weekly Live Music in the Plaza!

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Food & Beverage 101 Thai Way

Shop & More

Eagles Nest Deli & Grill

233 N. Cloverdale Blvd. • 707-894-6251 damesdudesconsign@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/damesdudes

Lodging & Vacation Rentals

Eagle Tech Collision & Towing Enterprise Rent A Car

29955 River Road • 800-833-6479 sonomabedbreakfastinnwinecountry.com

Farm Yard Feed Country Store & Gifts

230 Theresa Drive • 707-894-4829 www.dutchercreekrv.com

The Finishing Touches

131 N. Main Street • 707-894-5630 themainstreethouse.com

1198 S. Cloverdale Blvd Ste C 707-894-9999 • 101thaiway.com 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-9290

Hamburger Ranch & BBQ 31195 N Redwood Hwy (707) 894-5616 hamburgerranchandbbq.com

Historic Owl Cafe & Diner 485 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-8967

Mary’s Pizza Shack

1143 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-8977 maryspizzashack.com

Dames & Dudes Consignment

208 N. Cloverdale Blvd 707-894-3977 • eagletechcollision.com

27705 Dutcher Creek Road 707-894-5992 • farmyardfeed.com 115 N. Cloverdale Blvd. • 707-894-8665 thefinishingtouches.hdspd.com

30400 River Road 707-894-0500 • vrbo.com/37602

Papa’s Pizza

117 E. First Street 707-894-4454 • papaspizzacafe.com

Icaria Creek Hideaway

Working Winery Surrounded by 30+ acres of vineyards

Piacere Ristorante Italiano

www.vrbo.com/309826

504 N. Cloverdale Bvd. 707-894-0885 piacereristorante.com

Spork Restaurant

113 N. Cloverdale Blvd 707-687-8795 • sporkrestaurant.com

Tian Yuen Asian Cuisine

Old Crocker Inn

1126 Old Crocker Inn Road 707-894-4000 • oldcrockerinn.com

Tina’s Green Acres

122 E. First St. • 707-894-0104

Plank Coffee

Dutcher Creek RV Park

Main Street Vacation House

Panaderia El Palomo Pastries

227 N. Cloverdale Blvd 707-894-6187 • plankcoffee.com

Auberge on The Vineyard

North County Property Mgmt.

Vacation Rentals and Long Term Rentals 707.894.4216 • ncpmanagement.com

Computer Repair Alexander Valley Computers

Computer Sales & Repair 105 N. Cloverdale Blvd • 707-894-6163 alexandervalleycomputers.com

For more info on events, lodging and more scan the QR code at right

421 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-5697 • tianyuen.net

Zini’s Diner

796 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-9444

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For in-depth visitor information regarding Napa Valley and Sonoma County, contact:

Napa Valley Welcome Center 600 Main Street, Napa, CA (707) 251-5895 • visitnapavalley.com

Sonoma County Tourism Bureau (707) 522-5800 • sonomacounty.com

California Welcome Center

9 4th Street, Santa Rosa, CA (707) 577-8674 • visitcwc.com/SantaRosa/

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Contents

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Nature............................18

Hiking, Wildlife Preserves, Camping, Parks, Ziplining, Bird Watching

Natural Wonders....................... 26 Petrified Forest, Old Faithful Geyser, Redwoods, California Carnivores

Golf

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Wine Country................. 28

Redwoods, Ocean Side, Vineyard Side

Family Fun. ................................ 32 ScandiA, Driven Raceway, Snoopy’s Home Ice, Escape Paint Ball, Tara Firma Farm Tour

Wine Tasting

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Ballooning, Stargazing, Vintage Aircrafts

Bicycling

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Bike Tours, Bike Paths, Bike Rentals

Lake Adventures......................... 110 Lake Sonoma, Lake Berryessa, Clear

lake

Shop Wine Country................... 111 Malls, Main Streets, Antiquing, The Barlow, V Marketplace, Historic Railroad Square

Visual

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Events

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Entertainment............ 116

Art Galleries, Art Museums, Night Life

Festivals & Fairs, Upcoming Concerts

Tours.............. 40 Coastal Adventures.................... 121

Boutiques & Uniques, Breweries, Segway Tours, Soap Factory Tour, Maps/Directories

Beaches, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Kiting

& Rejuvenate.....................128 Breweries & Brewpubs ................. 60 RSelax pas, Mud Baths, Hot Springs Microbrews, Tours, History

Say “I Do”

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Wine Country........ 63

Some Great Wedding Locations

Culinary Pursuits........................ 92 Ramekins, Chocolate, Cheese, Culinary Institute of America,Farmers’ Markets, Oxbow

Historical Sites & Museums.......... 97 Fort Ross, Hand Fan Museum, Luther Burbank Home & Garden, Bodega Bay

River Adventures........................102 Stand Up Paddle, Kayaking, Fishing

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Local Area Information & Maps Heroes of Our State Parks..........................................19 Adventure Dog! (Traveling with Pets)............................30

Napa County Calistoga..............................................................................64 St. Helena.............................................................................66 Yountville.............................................................................. 67 Napa....................................................................................68 Sonoma County Petaluma...............................................................................70 Sonoma Valley......................................................................72 Russian River Resort Area...................................................... 74 Forestville..............................................................................78 Sebastopol............................................................................79 Healdsburg...........................................................................82 Windsor................................................................................84 Rohnert Park/Cotati...............................................................86 Santa Rosa............................................................................88 Cloverdale............................................................................92


Wine Country Sonoma County • Napa County Hayley Yount Severe, Associate Publisher (707) 845-1736 • hayley@101things.com Art Severe, Publisher (707) 845-6299 • art@101things.com

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Meet Just One of the

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Transcendence Theater, Hero to Jack London State Park by Sarah Amador-Rusnak

There is a new hero in the area, a hero whose mission is to save Jack London State Park, strengthen our sense of community and bring Broadway to Wine Country. Who is this hero? It is Transcendence Theatre Company, a professional company made up of top Broadway and Hollywood talent. And in just one year, they have accomplished their mission. Last year, Jack London State Park was slated to close due to lack of funds. The same week the officials made the announcement, the theater company discovered the winery ruins in the park and decided it would be the perfect venue for their open air concerts, Broadway Under the Stars. It was serendipitous. In 2012, more than 7,500 people attend- Broadway Under the Stars contributed $27,000 to the effort to ed their inaugural season. With the theater keep Jack London State Park open for business. company’s generous donation of $27,000 ico in which the company from ticket sales, the park was saved. Not only has the company helped save the history of our commu- first formed to bring art to nity, but it has also formed a partnership with the park, bringing the community, and found more people to the park to enjoy it. With more visitors, revenue ways to strengthen the community. True to their increases, as do shared experiences of community. The Transcendence Theatre Company transcends the usual lim- mission, the Transcendence its of performance. During the summer, they offer four themed Theatre Company continues concerts amidst the ruins of Jack London State Park, under the to give back. Through Skits stars, complete with winery views. In 2012, they were awarded Under the Stars, held on Broadway World San Francisco Award for Best Special Theater summer nights at the Benzinger Winery, locals have Event. This year the season runs from June 28 -August 31, and will a chance to perform at the include four separate themed concerts (Fly Me To The Moon, open mike with Broadway Fantastical Family Night, Dancing Through Life Gala Celebration talent. At the kid’s camp, kids Concert), totaling 14 nights of performances. Looking for a unique night? Wish to expand your experience of ages 8-18 get to perform under the stars with Broadway actors, wine country? A nature enthusiast? Or wish to donate to the park? singing numbers from shows such as Mary Poppins, Beauty and At the Broadway Under the Stars concert, two events are offered, the Beast, and Hairspray. It culminates in a Fantastical Family a pre-show and chance to picnic, as well as the opportunity to Night. The kids also sing at the pre-show picnic. sample wines from local Sonoma county wineries, as well as food “We want to use our art to make a difference in people’s lives,” Miller said. “We are so happy this is coming true.” from vendors. After that, the variety show begins. When you attend one of these concerts, expect the extraordi- Transcendence Theatre Company’s service to our community nary. You might just witness a performer singing “Memory” from does not stop there. They also unite non-profits together, such Cats, hitting a high note at the same time a meteor shower cas- as La Luz and the Boys and Girls Club. Last year, the Broadway cades through the sky. You might listen to a performer sing “Oh actors taught children a dance routine, improvisation, writing, What a Beautiful Morning” from atop a horse on the stage or to a acting, singing and dancing. Jack London was a big dreamer and adventurer. So are members song from Young Frankenstein sung from under a full moon. “It’s the perfect combination of history, art, nature and commu- of the Transcendence Theatre Company. “Transcendence is about nity. It’s bringing everyone together in an enjoyable space,” Amy empowering people to go after their dreams. To give back to Miller, Artistic Director of Transcendence Theatre Company, said. their community,” Miller said. Miller has had a career performing on Broadway and in television “It’s a wonderful match,” Miller added. “We’re so excited our Big Dream is coming true.” and film. Transcendence Dance Company, to our Last year songs were performed from 42nd Street to Mama Mia Welcome, community! And thank you. For more information, visit and Chicago, Young Frankenstein and Wicked. The Theatre Company’s roots lie in Pato Banton, a town in Mex- www.transcendencetheatre.org or call (877) 424-1414. 16 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry


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Ecotourism is, by its simplest definition, “tourism to places having unspoiled natural resources.” Other aspects of ecotourism include “Voluntourism”, birding (birdwatching), tidepooling, wildflower & plant ID hikes, horseback riding, bicycling, kayaking and docent led ecology tours.

Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods is a non-profit organization that partners with the Russian River Sector of California State Parks to support volunteer, education and stewardship programs. The sector includes Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve (outside Guerneville), Austin Creek State Recreation Area, Sonoma Coast State Park (from Bodega Bay to Jenner) and includes the Willow Creek watershed. Stewards creates and coordinates Eco-tours in the Russian River District among the Redwood forests and on the Sonoma Coast. The group can schedule you to be a part of Docent and Community Education Programs, including Whale and Seal Watches, Tidepooling, structured hikes on the coast and through the red-

woods and ecology tours. Stewards is now directly responsible for operating Austin Creek State Recreation Area, located adjacent to Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, which was threatened with closure due to lack of state funding. The state accepted a Stewards plan to operate Austin Creek in partnership with the state. The 5,700 acre wilderness area is comprised of oak woodlands and chaparral, as well as the headwaters of East Austin, Fife, and Gilliam creeks. It includes 24 campsites, two wilderness backcountry sites, 20 miles of hiking and equestrian trails and prehistoric sites dating back 4,000 years. Austin Creek SRA offers back-country hiking in a remote wilderness area. Your trip will include panoramic vistas of the coastal hills and Russian River Valley. Sonoma Coast State Park comprises over 10,000 acres and over 20 miles of magnificent coastline including the Willow Creek watershed. The park is actually a series of beaches separated by rock bluffs and headlands extending 17 miles from Bodega Head to Vista Trail 4 miles north of Jenner. The park includes over 19 miles of trails. Stewards are responsible for keeping the Visitor Center open at Jenner by the Sea, staffing it on weekends and restoration of the Willow Creek Watershed as a stewardship project. Stewards also supervises trail maintenance throughout the area. Beachcombers, fishermen, sunbathers and picnickers can access the beach from more than a dozen points along the coast from Hwy. 1. Groups can book private naturalist or docent-led hikes. Special EcoAdventure Packages are also available for groups, including kayaking, birding, tidepooling, horseback riding and star-gazing. Reservations at least 2 weeks in advance are recommended.

Whale Watching

Whale Watch began as a response to the public’s growing concern and awareness of the fragile relationship with the dwindling population of remaining whales and also as a celebration of one of nature’s grand events - the annual migration of the Pacific Gray whale. The whales begin their journey at their summer feeding grounds off Arctic waters of the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas. They travel down along the Pacific Coast to their winter calving lagoons off Baja California, Mexico. The whales return after breeding or with their young via the same route, usually closer to shore with the mothers on the outside and the calves closer inland for protection. Groups of 10 or more can book private naturalist or docent-led Whale Watch programs.

Eco-Tours and Programs at Sonoma Coast State Park and Armstrong Redwoods National Reserve

• Docent and Community Education Programs • Whale Watch • Seal Watch • Tidepools • Sonoma Coast Hikes • Redwood Ecology Tours • Wildflower and Plant ID Hikes Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods (Stewards) is a non-profit, environmental and interpretive organization that works in partnership with California State Parks in the Russian River District to support volunteer, education and stewardship programs. P.O. Box 2, Duncans Mills, CA 95430 T: (707) 869-9177 F: (707) 869-8252

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Seal Watching

Sonoma County’s largest harbor seal rookery can be viewed at Goat Rock State Beach. Pups are born in March and April and reared through the summer months. Docents are available on the weekends March through September for seal watching guidance. Special docent-led viewings can be arranged upon request.

Paddling

A variety of paddle adventures are offered along the Russian River and in the Jenner Estuary. Learn about the natural and cultural history of the area. Observe river otters and marine mammals as they frolic in their natural habitat. View a variety of bird life (including nesting osprey and blue heron). Enchanting Full Moon paddles are especially popular. Paddling adventures are offered during the spring, summer and fall. Kayak rentals are available upon request.

Hiking

A variety of hiking adventures are offered at Armstrong Redwoods, Austin Creek and Sonoma Coast State Parks. Enjoy old growth redwoods, oak woodlands and magnificent views of the Russian River and coastal areas. Learn about the wide variety of local flora and fauna. Hiking adventures are offered year-round.

Tidepooling

Our coastal tide pools are teeming with intriguing intertidal life. Roving naturalists are available at specific beaches on low-tide weekends to safely introduce visitors to these fragile wonders. Tide pool adventures are offered on low-tide weekends during the spring, summer and fall.

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EcoRing is a non-profit corporation, whose mission includes to “facilitate the development of eco-friendly tours, events, lodging, dining, farm products and appropriate transportation by others for the Lower Russian River area while educating and aiding businesses, residents and visitors to act responsibly toward the environment.” EcoRing’s “EcoOdyssey Tours” partner them with local green businesses to create structured EcoAdventures which allow you to experience the natural beauty of our area in an environmentally responsible way. Their itineraries use green certified B&Bs and inns and low-carbon transportation and activities.

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A four-day, three-night river to ocean tour that takes you from the beautiful Russian River to the Sonoma Coast. The adventure begins at the historic Village Inn, a well-appointed historic lodge overlooking the Russian River set among the redwoods. Bicycle a portion of the historic North Pacific Coast Railroad, the 19th century narrow gauge steam train that began both the logging and tourist industry in Sonoma County. Then kayak the lazy Russian River to Jenner by the Sea. See the harbor seals at Goat Rock Beach and walk the Coastal Trail along the sea cliffs while enjoying spectacular views of the coast and the Pacific Ocean.

Four-day, three-night wine and river tour of the beautiful “Voluntourism” Russian River and green valleys. Interested in volunteering for a project in one of our State The adventure begins at the Parks while visiting this beautiful area? Voluntourism packages historic Village Inn overlooking are being developed with local hotels. Spend half a day removing the Russian River in Monte Rio, invasive plants, working on a trail or cleaning up our beaches. and then continues by bicycle Voluntourism packages are offered year-round. Available programs along the bucolic Dry Creek include, but are not limited to: Appellation area stopping to • Willow Creek Water Quality Monitoring taste organic wines. Spend the night perched above the Russian • Pinniped Monitoring Program River near Healdsburg, then kayak the lazy Russian River first • Marine Debris Monitoring & Beach Cleanups thing next morning. • Seabird Protection and Monitoring Program • Trail Crew (Coast and Redwoods) Wine and Redwoods Tour • Willow Creek Restoration Five-day, four-night tour of wine • Fife Creek Watershed Restoration and redwood regions of the beautiful • Western Snowy Plover Protection Russian River Valley. Enjoy tastings at organic wineries, biking on the West Horseback Riding County Trail, kayaking on the lazy RusRide gentle horses through the giant, old growth forest of sian River and riding electric-powered Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve Segways to the Armstrong Redwood with naturalist Laura Ayers. Age and weight Reserve to see 2000 year old giant limitations apply. Horseback adventures redwoods. Stay in upscale B&Bs and offered during the spring, summer and fall inns with panoramic views of vineyards (rental fees apply). and forest. To book an EcoAdventure, v isit For more information and to book the Stewards of the Coast and Redyour EcoOdyssey, visit the EcoRing webwoods website or call 707.869.9177. site, or call (707) 632-6070. •ecoring.org •stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org Go to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 19


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This road is now the popular Oat Hill Mine hiking trail. This trail is part of Robert Louis Stevenson Park and intersects with the Palisades Trail. The intersection of these trails holds the historic foundations of a homestead referred to as Holm’s Place. This homestead was built in the late 1890s by Finnish settler Karl Gustov Holm. The wagons carrying heavy loads of quicksilver to the railroad in Calistoga had wooden wheels capped with steel treads to protect them from destruction. These wheels carved deep wheel ruts into the stone of the Oat Hill Mine Road and can still be seen today. The Oat Hill Mine Trail has two trailheads. One is located at the east end of Calistoga where Highway 29 and the Silverado Trail intersect. This portion of the trail, referred to as the Lower Oat Hill Mine Trail, hikes into the Holms Place intersection. It is about 4.5 miles in length and the elevation climbs from 400 feet in Calistoga to about 4,200 feet. The Upper Oat Hill Mine Trailhead is located on Aetna Springs Road in Pope Valley and leads 3.5 miles to Holms Place. The elevation change is not drastic. In 2011, when the Land Trust of Napa Valley acquired 4,165 acres of land in the Howell Mountains above the Napa Valley, locals wondered pend the day or night at when they’d be able to explore the oak-strewn hillsides themselves. othe apa alley tate ark Soon enough, it turns out. Land Trust docents now lead guided 15-mile Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, conveniently located off of Highway hikes across the parcel, which contains the Dunn-Wildlake and Duff 29 between Calistoga and St. Helena, is a great place for hiking, picnick- Ranches, and offers jaw-dropping views of the towns of St. Helena, ing and camping. The nearly 2,000 acre park has excellent trails along Calistoga, and beyond. Advance registration is required; visit napalandRitchey Creek and through beautiful redwood groves. It offers 50 camping trust.org for details. An easy walk from downtown Napa, Oxbow Preserve is located areas either near redwoods along the creekside, or among the oaks and manzanita on sunny slopes above the creek. Ritchey Canyon Trail runs across the river from Oxbow Public Market and Westin Verasa. This along Ritchey Creek for 3.9 miles before ending near an old Homestead 13-acre hidden gem is accessible from McKenzie Drive, off of Silverado Site. The trail is level and winds through an abundance of maples and Trail just down from the First Street Bridge. The circular main path oaks. It is an easy and relaxing hike. History Trail, 1.2 miles one way, cuts passes an interpretive plaque that tells the history, geology and animal south from the park to Bale Grist Mill State Historic Site. The 36-foot life that can be found along the river. Watch for improvements to the wooden water wheel and millstones are operational. For a bit more of a Preserve, including a footbridge and connecting path to the Napa River challenge, Coyote Peak, with an elevation of 1170 feet, offers views of Trai. The Oxbow Preserve is open from dawn to dusk. the valley and can be accessed from the Coyote Peak Trail. A few loop Mount Saint Helena is the highest point in the San Francisco Bay hikes are possible, and Redwood Trail, which ambles along the creek, Area watershed, and its East Peak is the high point of Napa County. It is plays a part in most of them. Lat/Long: 38.5376 / -122.5788. Day use fees located on the boundaries between Napa, Sonoma, and Lake counties. are $5.00 per car. Camping is $16 on the weekends, $15 during the week. When you complete the five-mile hike to the top of Mt. St. Helena you •parks.ca.gov/?page_id=477 will be rewarded with panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay Area. On clear days the top of Mt. Shasta can be seen, almost 200 miles in the distance, as well as views of Lassen Peak, High Sierra, Snow Mountain, ike in ine ountry Mount Diablo, Mount Tamalpais and the Pacific Ocean. The trailhead is in Robert Louis Stevenson State Park, the place where the famous Hiking is among the most popular activities in Wine Country. From author of Treasure Island and Kidnapped spent his honeymoon in 1880. the breathtaking views of Mt. Tamalpais and the Sonoma Coast to the Although nothing remains of Stevenson’s cabin, the site is identified on rolling hills and palisades bordering Napa Valley, your choices are prac- the trail to the summit. A fire road goes to the top, where there are radio and TV antentically limitless! In Napa County, Skyline Wilderness Park is an 850-acre wilderness nas. While most of the hike is along the fire road, the lowest mile is a area managed by a non-profit organization formed to protect the area. hiking trail if you use the hiker’s trailhead. Along the fire road there are Situated at the southeast corner of Napa, Skyline Park is home to an numerous rock outcrops popular for technical rock climbing. Directions abundance of wildlife, including deer and wild turkey. The park fea- to trailhead: From downtown Calistoga, at the junction of Highways 128 tures over 25 miles of trails for hiking, biking and equestrian use. The and 29, head north on the latter road. Highway 29 ascends 8.2 miles two-and-a-half mile main trail leads to Lake Marie at the eastern end. to a summit, where you’ll find parking at turnouts on both sides of the There’s also an alternate route along the ridge trail which is a much highway for Robert Louis Stevenson State Park. The trail departs from better workout, but is a more challenging hike. From this trail on a the west side of the highway. Hint: The not-very-well-signed state park clear day, you can see San Francisco Bay, Mt. Tamalpais and Mt. Diablo. is easy to miss. If you find yourself rapidly descending on Highway 29, It took three attempts over two decades to construct the Oat Hill you overshot the summit and the state park. Carefully turn around and Mine Road. During the California Gold Rush, Napa’s Oat Hill Mine was return to the summit.Lat/Long: 38.5517°, -122.522°. •parks.ca.gov/ one of the leading producer’s of the ore, cinnabar. When processed, default.asp?page_id=25133 In Sonoma County, north of Jenner, Salt Point State Park offers cinnabar produces quicksilver, more commonly known as mercury. The mine was constructed in 1876 and operated sporadically until the mid- 20 miles of hiking trails and six miles of coast. Hike through forests of 1980s. The mine was located above the Palisades Mountains to the east redwood, tanoak, pine and fir, with the balance split between grassland of Calistoga and about three miles north of the Aetna Springs Resort. meadows and brush. A rare pygmy forest of stunted pine, cypress, and

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redwood can also be found here. You will be amazed at the natural sandstone formations which can be found along the bluff trails. Salt Point encompasses one of California’s first underwater parks, Gerstle Cove Underwater Reserve, as well as extensive tide pools. More than 40 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails meander around the two main arms of Lake Sonoma. The 8.5-mile Joe Rodota Trail meanders along the Santa Rosa Creek and then out into ranch lands and, finally, the Laguna de Santa Rosa, as it enters Sebastopol. The 5.5-mile West County Trail runs through grasslands, wetlands, vineyards, orchards, ranches, and oak woodlands. Parking is available at the trailheads in Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Forestville, and Graton. For more coastal hikes, see our Coastal Adventures Section.

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trail. However, the Napa River holds water year ‘round, so when full there is no route across the waterway. Begin at the edge of the parking lot on a path through a meadow. There are interpretive displays about the reserve’s history and ecology on the left. After about 300 feet, the Skyline Park is an 850-acre wilderness area managed by a non-profit path climbs onto the banks of a levee and splits at an unsigned juncorganization formed to protect the area. Situated at the southeast corner tion. Bear right. After descending slightly, bear left and walk along the of Napa, Skyline Park is home to an abundance of wildlife, including rocky ledge along the river. Willows block a view to the water, and you deer and wild turkey. The park features over 25 miles of trails for hiking, must search through the tangle of vegetation on the right for a path to biking and equestrian use. the shoreline. There is no formal bridge, but tree branches facilitate a “Ranger Mom” will help you find the best adventure for you. The crossing. On the other side of the river, the trail picks up again, ascending two-and-a-half mile main road leads to Lake Marie at the eastern end. to an undersigned junction at 0.13 mile. Stay to the right. At a short There’s also an alternate route along the ridge trail which is a much spur on the right you’ll find the first post on a self-guided tour. The better workout, but is a more challenging hike (this is the one we Reserve is owned by the State of California under the auspices of the chose!). From this trail on a clear day, you can see San Francisco Bay, Department of Fish and Game (DFG).  In 2008 the Napa County Regional Mt. Tamalpais and Mt. Diablo. Skyline also offers picnic and barbecue Park and Open Space District entered into an agreement with DFG to areas, an RV park, and tent camping. Daily visitor’s fee is $5.00 per help steward this gem of the valley. From CA 29 in Yountville, turn east vehicle for hiking and picnicking, $6.00 per vehicle for mountain bikes on Madison. Drive about 0.2 mile, to a T intersection with Yount. Turn and horses. RV camping is $32/$35 per site, and tent sites $25. 07-252- left, then make an immediate right onto Yountville Cross Road. Drive about 0.9 mile to the trailhead on the left side of the road. 0481. 2201 Imola Ave., Napa. •skylinepark.org.

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Walk through Northern Cal's Largest Wetlands

Laguna Wetlands Preserve or Laguna de Santa Rosa is the largest freshwater marsh in Northern California. The oak woodland and vernal pool complex surrounding the wetlands of the Laguna ecosystem once provided food to antelope, elk and deer herds. The Laguna is now a premier bird-watching area, though other wildlife is occasionally spotted. There is a short walking trail that adjoins the Laguna channel and loops around the City’s former wastewater ponds. From late Spring to early Fall, a floating pedestrian bridge is in place to connect to a trail on the east bank of the Laguna channel. The Laguna Foundation offers lively, informative docent-led walks in the Preserve. The entry to the small Preserve is located at the south end of the Sebastopol Community Center Parking lot at 390 Morris St. To register for their walks, visit their website or call (707) 527-9277. •lagunadesantarosa.com/programs_edu_dw.shtml

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Tour the Napa River Ecological Reserve

This 73 acre parcel wildlife reserve is a great way to stretch your legs between wine tastings. Here you will find the largest remaining protected riparian habitat on the Napa River as well as “habitat for approximately 150 species of birds, numerous butterflies and various mammals. It also supports a diversified plant community of 238 plants, including the federal and state endangered Sebastopol meadowfoam (Limnanthes vinculans),” according to California Dept. of Fish & Game. California Bay, coast live oak, and willows surround this one mile loop

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Tour Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen

Quarryhill is a 21 acre botanical garden of lush, mature flowering Asian trees & shrubs. Magnolias, dogwoods, maples, birch, roses, lilies, rhododendrons and much more are laced with paths and walkways, hidden places to sit and relax, beautiful ponds and waterfalls, and stunning vistas of the Sonoma Valley. Quarryhill welcomes visitors year round to enjoy their gorgeous Asian woodland garden... a rich diversity of Asian Flora. All seasons in the garden have their own magical beauty. Self-guided tours are available during any open hours, without reservation. Docent-led tours are available by reservation. Group tours for garden clubs and other groups or organizations are also available with advance reservation. There is an ADA compliant section of the garden available to those with disabilities, but access requires transportation up into the garden by golf cart, and requires advance reservation. Photography is welcomed. Please remember that Quarryhill is an educational and scientific collection.  Removing seeds or cuttings from the garden is strictly forbidden. For your convenience, picnic areas are located near the parking lot and in the garden. To ensure the beauty of the garden for all, pets (except guide and assistance dogs) and smoking are prohibited. Monday - Saturday, 9am - 4pm Closed Sunday and Holidays. 707.996.3166 12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen. •quarryhillbg.org Go to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 21


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Go Camping

All along the coastline of Sonoma County there are fantastic beaches for camping. One of the best places to go is the Sonoma Coast State Park. This area is marked by 17 miles of long sandy beaches, separated by rugged headlands, coves and natural arches. There are many campsites from which to choose, such as Wright’s Beach, where there are 27 developed sites adjacent to the beach with picnic tables and fire rings. Nearby is the Bodega Dunes Campground with 98 campsites, complete with hot showers and plumbing. Sonoma Coast State Park is a beautiful place to spend the night, and with so many spots along the ocean, there are plenty of options. The park is nestled along Hwy 1 between Jenner and Bodega Bay. Reservations are recommended. For more information on camping at the Sonoma Coast State Park, call (707) 875-3483 •reservamerica.com Sugarloaf Ridge State Park is where the headwaters of the Sonoma Creek run through gorge and canyon, then across the meadow floor beneath scenic rock outcroppings. The park’s 2,700 acres includes 25 miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding. A self-guided nature trail along Sonoma Creek starts near the campground. Deer, raccoons and gray foxes are commonly seen in the park. From the 2,729-foot summit of Bald Mountain, on a clear day visitors can see views of the Sierra Nevada and the Golden Gate. Enjoy horseback riding, a 40” telescope at the Ferguson Observatory that can be rented, along with the group campground, for private parties through ReserveAmerica.com. Want to camp among the Redwoods? Discover Armstrong Redwoods/ Austin Creek State Recreation Area, (707) 869-2015- 10 mi. N of Bodega Bay, 13 miles east on Hwy 116 to Guerneville to Armstrong Woods Road. 24 sites - $ 15 per night, water - No showers, $15 per night backpack sites. First come, first served. Trailers & RV’s limited to 20 ft in length. Disabled access to restroom facilities and some campsites. •stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org

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Nestled off Sonoma County’s coast and deep in the Redwoods, Sonoma Canopy Tours is nature’s way of offering high adventure. As one of the longest and highest canopy tours ever created, Sonoma Canopy Tours features 2 ½ hours of thrills, 7 adrenaline-pumping ziplines—one over 800’ long, 2 sky bridges with picturesque views, a majestic spiral staircase, and an 80’ rappel. What you’ll see will amaze you. From panoramic forest views to thrillingly deep ravines, it’s the adventure of a lifetime, leaving you with a renewed appreciation for this unique eco-system. From Costa Rica to Australia to Mexico, tour groups and adventurous families – of multiple generations – are discovering the fun and exhilaration of ziplining. Now it’s your turn. Come experience California’s Coastal Redwoods as few ever have: from the canopy of some of the tallest trees in the world. The canopy tour is designed for use by participants of average mobility and strength, and who are in reasonably good health. You must be 10 years old and weigh a minimum of 70 pounds up to a maximum of 250 pounds. You must be able to follow your Guide’s simple directions, climb a 30 foot spiral staircase, and be willing to rappel down at the end of the tour—with your Guide’s help, of course. Even though ziplining doesn’t take much physical effort, they encourage you to consider your comfort level with heights and the number of ziplines on the tour—people with a serious fear of heights should not participate. In addition, ziplining is not for those with recent joint or bone injuries, heart conditions, or pregnant women. Reservations are recommended and can be booked online or call 1-888-494-7868. •sonomacanopytours.com 22 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry

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Appreciate nature at its most pristine at the Bouverie Preserve in Glen Ellen. This magnificent property was donated for preservation to Audubon Canyon Ranch by David Bouverie in 1979. The private, non-profit nature preserve offers guided nature walks to the public. Oak woodlands, mixed evergreen forests, riparian areas, and chaparral feature prominently in a spectacular landscape dominated by Stuart Creek Canyon. This location is known for its amazing spring wildflowers and is home to hundreds of plants and animals, including more than 130 species of birds, 350 species of flowering plants and many native California mammals including the bobcat, grey fox and coyote. Guided nature walks are offered to the public throughout the year. Visitors of all ages can participate in docent-led, natural history hikes. In small groups, hikers can take one of many trails through mixed evergreen forests, flower-carpeted oak woodlands and rugged chaparral. For people with disabilities, an accessible path leads from the parking lot through an oak woodland to a viewing area with benches—good for bird watching and near a seasonal stream overlooking a meadow covered with wildflowers in spring. Access is by appointment only. Reservations are on a first-come, first-serve basis and can be made up to a month in advance. The Bouverie Preserve of Audubon Canyon Ranch is approximately 6 miles north of the historic town of Sonoma, along Highway 12 in the Valley of the Moon near the village of Glen Ellen. 707.938-4554. •egret.org/bouverie.html


RV Parks and Campgrounds Sonoma County

Alexander Valley RV Park 707.431.1453 2411 Alexander Valley Rd, Healdsburg Bodega Bay RV Park • 707.875.3701 2001 Hwy One, Bodega Bay Casini Ranch • 800.451.8400 22855 Moscow Rd, Duncans Mills Cloverdale KOA • 707.894.3337 1166 Asti Ridge Road, Cloverdale Dutcher Creek RV Park • 707.894.4829 230 Theresa Drive, Cloverdale

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Pleasure Cove Resort • 707.966.2172 6100 Hwy. 128, Napa Putah Creek Park • 707.966.2116 7600 Knoxville Rd., Napa Lake Berryessa Marina Resort 707.966.2161 • 5880 Knoxville Rd., Napa Rancho Monticello Resort • 707.966.2188 6590 Knoxville Rd., Napa Spanish Flat Resort • 707.966.7700 4290 Knoxville Rd., Napa Napa Valley Exposition • 707.253.4900 575 Third St., Napa Skyline Wilderness Park • 707.252.0481 2201 Imola Avenue, Napa

Gualala River Redwood Park 707.884.3533 46001 Gualala Road, Gualala

Calistoga Ranch Club Resort • 707.942.6565 580 Lommel Road, Calistoga

Hilton Park Campground • 707.887.9206 10750 Wilshire Dr., Forestville

Napa County Fairgrounds 707.942.5111 • 1435 Oak Street, Napa

Liberty Glen at Lake Sonoma (No Hookups) • 707.431.4533 3288 Skaggs Springs Rd,Geyserville

Bothe-Napa Valley State Park • 707.942.4575 3801 St. Helena Hwy. No., St. Helena

River Bend Campground • 707.887.7662 11820 River Road, Forestville San Francisco North/Petaluma KOA 707.763.1492 • 20 Rainsville Rd, Petaluma Spring Lake Park Campsite 707.565.2267 • 5585 Newanga Ave, Santa Rosa

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Go Birding

Northern California and Wine Country boast some of the finest birding sites in America, so grab your camera and visit one of these outstanding birding hot spots. 101 Things To Do has partnered with Tom Rusert of SonomaBirding.com for this feature. Tom, along with Darren Peterie, are co-founders of The Sonoma Birding Organization. They are well Tom Rusert, known and highly respected by the birding commu- SonomaBirding.com nity across United States and Canada. Tom recently received the prestigious Ludlow Griscom Award, presented by the American Birding Association. Photo credits: Kevin O’Brien, Christine Hansen, Audubon, Len Blumin, Sonoma Birding, Tom Moyer. •sonomabirding.com

Bartholomew Memorial Park

Western Bluebird

Crane Creek Sonoma County Regional Park

Port-Sonoma Marina

270 Sears Point Rd, Rt. 37 at Petaluma River Bridge. 5 mile trail, 475 acres. Great birding area with SF Bay tidal influence. Check out the Petaluma River under the bridge. Parking. Kiosks on Baylands trail. Bathrooms & parking.

Long-billed Curlew

7715 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma 8.15 mile trail, 240 acres. Parking. (Tolay Creek- Lower Tubbs Island Trail) Large numbers of shorebird and waterfowl wintering and during migrations beginning in late July/August.

Red-winged Blackbird

Ellis Creek Water Recycle Facility

5750 Fraught Road, Santa Rosa 850 acres consisting of a reservoir area, mixed conifer forest and oak woodlands.  Includes a 3 mile loop ridge trail.  Parking and restrooms available.

Shollenberger Park - Alman Marsh

3882-3900 Cypress Dr., Petaluma 3 miles of trails with connector to Shollenberger Park. 100 acres of brackish tidal wetlands connected to Petaluma River at high tide.

H St., Petaluma. 2 mile circle trail. One mile trail into Alman Marsh. 165 acres. Parking. Tidal influence from Petaluma River. Good yearround birding. Helpful kiosks with American Bittern bird list. Bthrooms & parking.

Hood Mountain Regional Park – Kenwood

American Avocet

Shiloh Ranch Sonoma County Regional Park

5000 Pressley Road, Santa Rosa 128 acres near Rohnert Park consisting of of grasslands, rolling hills, oak woodlands and seasonal creeks.  Several miles of easy walking trails.  Parking and restrooms available.

Sonoma Historic Plaza

3000 Los Alamos Rd, Santa Rosa 1750 acre wilderness. Mixed oak woodlands, chaparral, riparian zones

Jack London State Park - Glen Ellen- Eldridge

Laguna de Santa Rosa

Snowy Egret

San Pablo Bay Natl. Wildlife Refuge

1000 Vineyard Ln., Sonoma 30 acres with 5 miles of trails, Kiosk. Diverse habitats in this hidden gem including, streams, pond, oak covered mountain slopes, redwood groves. Year round birding. Bathrooms & parking.

2400 London Ranch Rd., Glen Ellen 2 mile Lake Trail Loop, Sonoma Mountain trail - 8.25 mile round trip. Also try Fern Lake, Asbury Creek Trail, Mays Clearing and the Old Orchard, old-growth redwood. Bathrooms & parking.

5 mile trail- Take Lawndale Trail through forest and meadow habitats up to the marsh loop. Seasonal wetlands.

Spotted Towhee

Ruddy Duck

1-99 E. Spain St., Sonoma 8 acre arboretum with approx. 60 species of mature trees with surpising mix of urban birds. Request a Tree & Stellar’s Jay American Wigeon Bird Self Guide Tour Map at Sonoma Visitor’s Bureau on the Plaza. Bathrooms & parking.

Sonoma Overlook Trail

18300 Norrbom Rd., Sonoma 2 mile loop trail. Kiosk with bird and wild flower checklist at the kiosk. Trail head about a third of a mile from the Sonoma Plaza. Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk

A 30,000 acre complex with multiple trailheads consisting of creeks, seasonal wetlands, riparian forests, oak woodlands and grasslands. Amazingly diverse birding.  Parking and information available at the Sebastopol Community Center. 24 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry

Red-shouldered Hawk

Sonoma State Historic Park (General Vallejo’s Home)

298 W Spain St., Sonoma 50 acres, grasslands, mixed woodlands, ridges, parking. Hawks, Black-crowned woodpeckers, songbirds. Night Heron

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Sonoma Valley Regional Park

Considered to be one of the best birding areas in the world, the beautiful Sonoma Coast and Pacific Flyway offers nearly a dozen coastal birding hotspots year round for all levels. 355 Highway 1, Bodega Bay will take you to the entrance of Sonoma Coast State Park.

13630 Sonoma Highway (Suttonfield Reservoir) 3 mile loop hike, 162 acre preserve w/oak woodlands. Variety of hawks, waterfowl, woodpeckers. Bathrooms & parking.

Acorn Woodpecker

Spring Lake

Common Yellowthroat

Least Tern

Doran Beach

393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa 2.5 mile trail. Great place to bird year round. Environmental Discover Center. Bathrooms & parking.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

Pileated Woodpecker

2172-3498 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood 21 miles of trails. 2,700 acre park range from 600 feet at the entrance to 2,729 feet. Meadow Trail is a favorite of birders. Chaparral-covered ridges, oak/fir forest land along the open meadows, and redwood forest in the canyon of Sonoma Creek. American White Pelicans Several owl species. Bathrooms & parking.

In Bodega Bay, this Sonoma County Regional Park offers a “Bird Walk”, Rail Ponds, Owl Canyon, Porto Bodega Marina and Hole in the Head for premium coastal birdwatching opportunities. Bathrooms & parking. • stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org

Tolay Lake Regional Park

Lakeville Hwy 116 @ Cannon Lane Half mile gravel/clay road loop that goes to the east ridge up into the wooded hills. 1,737-acre grasslands, ridges, and freshwater Burrowing Owl wetlands. Check out Tolay Lake, look for nesting birds and migrant fallout. Access Info: (707) 565-2041, 2.5 mile trail. Great place to bird year round. Snowy Egret Bathrooms & parking.

Viansa Wetlands Overlook

Northern Pintail

Great Blue Heron

3801 St. Helena Highway N., Calistoga Birders have many opportunities for bird watching due to the varied vegetation and microclimates in the park, very diverse flora and fauna. (707) 942.4575

American Canyon Wetlands

Marsh Wren

Napa-Sonoma Marsh

From State Hwy. 12/121 take Ramal Road south, 5.0 miles, large hay barn & parking. 396 acres - 2.5 mile trail at Hudeman Slough Wetlands Walk. Kiosk. Migratory flocks regularly visit while they are making their way through the area. Willets, Stilts, Killdeers, Vista Point Overlook Rt. 37 East, 2.2 miles from 37/121 Intersection Peregrine Falcons, Red-shouldered @ Sears Point 1500 acres, large numbers of Hawks and Golden Eagles. shorebird and waterfowl wintering and during Lake Hennessey & migrations. Lake Berryessa 25200 Arnold Drive, Sonoma, daily 10 a.m. - 5 PM. 90 acre seasonal wetlands overlook. Hawks, shorebirds, American white pelican variety of ducks. Scope is most helpful. Bathrooms & parking.

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Anna’s Hummingbird

Great Blue Heron

Walk the Flyway! Take a walk on the new wetlands trail passing near grasslands, woodland, saltwater bay, fresh water ponds, pickleweed marsh and the shores of the Napa River. Shorebirds, ducks, egrets and herons, hawks, hummingbirds and songbirds abound. 205 Wetlands Edge Road & Eucalyptus Drive, American Canyon

Northeast Napa County. Small but very popular lake for hundreds of resident and migratory bird species. Bufflehead, Osprey, Bald Eagle and Woodpeckers. At Lake Berryessa, the Dam area at the southeast corner of the lake is one of the best local birding areas in Napa County.

Wilson’s Snipe

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Knoxville State Wildlife Area

10 miles north of Lake Berryessa. Redtailed Hawk, Northern Harrier, Prairie Falcon, Rio Grande wild turkeys. Knoxville Wildlife Area/Blue Ridge Berryessa Natural Area. (707) 944-5500

Rio Grande Wild Turkey

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Step Back in time at the amazing Petrified Forest

Take a self-guided walking tour through a forest of giant majestic Redwoods turned to stone by a local volcano 3.4 million years ago; or choose the Meadow Walk, a guided 90-minute tour of the petrified trees, upper meadow and 100 ft. high ash fall. See native trees such as live oak, douglas-fir, madrone, manzanita, rare wildflowers, and a scenic overview of Mt. St. Helena. See a 100 foot-high ash fall which contains deposits of volcanic material, such as tuff, rhyolite, iron, petrified wood chunks and obsidian. This walk is rated moderate. Do yourself a favor and take the additional nature walk through groves of coastal redwoods and tan oaks not seen on the main trail. This walk is an added mile, and is rated moderately difficult, and planned to open summer of 2013. Meadow walk tours are held every Saturday and Sunday at 11am, weather permitting. Other days and times are available by appointment. Be sure and set some extra time aside to look through the Nature Store, where you can purchase fossils, petrified wood samples and crystals. Between Santa Rosa and Calistoga. 4100 Petrifed Forest Rd, Calistoga. 707.942.6667 •petrifiedforest.org

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Walk among the giant Redwoods at Armstrong

When you come to Wine Country, you owe it to yourself to visit the Giant Redwoods of Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. The ancient coast redwood is the tallest living thing on the planet! own at ld aithful eyser These remarkable trees live to be 500-1000 years old and can grow to In the historic and idyllic town of Calistoga—known for its mineral springs a diameter of 12 to 16 feet. A few trees survive over 2,000 years and and the water that comes from the springs—is Old Faithful Geyser. One of reach 350 feet in height. As you enter the park, you will feel your own three Old Faithful Geysers in the world, it faithfully erupts a blast of hot pulse drop, and a strange calm will overtake you as you breathe in the water that shoots up over 75 feet about every 30 minutes. Enjoy your own fragrant aroma and stroll through the fog-shrouded trails. It is as close picnic under the sheltered picnic tables located adjacent to the Geyser. to magic as we mortals can imagine. This natural phenomenon rises upwards performing for an ever-astounded Sequoia sempervirens, also known as the towering coastal redwoods, audience. Maps for self-guided tours of the famous geyser are available, as cover the hillsides of this 805-acre Reserve. With miles of nature trails, well as a petting zoo where visitors can see the famous Tennessee Fainting visitors can enjoy the forest by foot or horseback. The reserve has a Goats, Jacob’s Four-Horn Sheep, and Guard Llamas. Be sure and check out large outdoor amphitheater and numerous picnic facilities (which are the informative display on geyser eruptions and earthquake predictions at available for weddings!). There are no campgrounds in the Reserve, the exhibit hall. but there are camping facilities at the adjacent Austin Creek State

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New owners and management have recently added more bang for your bucks... a lush botanical garden for your strolling pleasure, expanded petting zoo for the kids and a wonderful, shaded picnic area. Even if you have seen it before, you will want to visit again and experience the new attractions. Open seven days a week, the geyser is located at 1299 Tubbs Lane in Calistoga. 707.942.6463. •oldfaithfulgeyser.com

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Recreation Area. When you visit Armstrong Reserve you will have a chance to see Parson Jones Tree, the park’s tallest at 310 feet; The Oldest Tree, Colonel Armstrong Tree, estimated at over 1,400 years old; and the Icicle Tree, wihich displays unusual burl formations. The Discover Trail offers a wheelchair accessible pathway, interpretive panels in Braille and tree hugging platforms. Check in with Stewards of the Cost for docent led hikes. In addition to the easy, level stroll through the park, numerous hikes are available, originating from within or just outside the park. These hikes range from 1 mile easy hikes to a moderate to strenuous 3.3 mile hike. Advanced level hikes begin in the Armstrong Redwoods and wind their way into the rolling hills, forests and grasslands of Austin Creek Recreation Area. These hikes range from 5.6 miles with an 1100’ climb to 9 miles with a 1500’ climb. Guided Armstrong Nature Trail group hikes are available by appointment only, and are typically offered for larger groups. For further information, contact Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods at 707-869-9177. The Visitor Center is open daily. Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve is located two miles north of Guerneville at 17000 Armstrong Wood Road, off River Road. For more information, call the Visitor Center at (707) 869-2958. •parks.ca.gov/?page_id=450. •stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org

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Gardeners cringe when bugs appear, but not Peter D’Amato. Bugs are assets to a guy who raises and sells plants of prey. As co-owner of his own little shop of horrors, Peter D’Amato’s California Carnivores in Sebastopol is a nursery that specializes in carnivorous plants. His passion for the hungry flora began at age 11 when he found a bug-eating plant in a southern New Jersey bog. Nearly four decades later, the Sebastopol business owner is still left breathless with excitement when discussing his product. Visitors are astounded by the mechanisms the plants use to snag prey. Consider the Venus Flytrap—its nectar lures the unsuspecting to a trigger-hair-filled trap that snaps shut with lightning speed. The Sundew envelops victims in tentacle-covered leaves, then hungrily feasts. In the nursery, the voracious plants snag bees, flies, fungus gnats and other tasty bits. When bugs are in short supply, D’Amato encourages customers to “Bring Your Own Bugs” (BYOB) to feed the stealthy plants. The nursery supplies utensils for feeding and magnifying glasses for jaw-dropping, up close views. The widest variety of carnivorous plants and plant care products in the United States are offered for sale, as well as D’Amato’s best selling book, The Savage Garden, now in its eighth See carnivorous plants, photo courte- printing. California Carnivores is sy California Carnivores one of 29 spots in North America recently selected by Rand McNally editors in the Best of the Road™ awards program. The annual program recognizes local restaurants, shops and attractions along five recommended road trips. The nursery also appears frequently on many TV shows and magazines as a popular tourist attraction. 2833 Old Gravenstein Highway in Sebastopol. 707.824.0433. •californiacarnivores.com Go to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 27


Wine Country Golf Courses Adobe Creek Golf Club • adobecreek.com 1901 Frates Road, Petaluma • 707.765.3000 Bennett Valley Golf Course • bvgolf.org 3300 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa •707.528.3673 Chardonnay Golf Club • chardonnaygolfclub.com 2555 Jameson Canyon Road American Canyon • 707.257.1900

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Northwood Golf Course, in Monte Rio, was originally created for the exclusive Bohemian Club. Designed in 1928 by Alistair MacKenzi, who also designed Augusta National and Cypress Point at Pebble Beach, Northwood remains one of the most scenic and challenging courses open to the public. The genuine challenge, pristine beauty and signature ninth hole combine to create a lasting, memorable golf experience. You will find this nine-hole course not only memorable, but also affordable. Northwood is also a great place for a tournament, conveniently located near Wine Tasting, the Russian River and the coast. For tee times and information, call (707) 865-1116. •northwoodgolf.com Experience the beauty and challenge of a true Scottish style links course. Perched along the spectacular Sonoma County Coast, the Links at Bodega Harbour combines breathtaking natural beauty with a recently remodeled Robert Trent Jones II design. Combining spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean from all 18 holes, rolling fairways, undulating greens, and native coastal rough, this golf course is sure to take your breath away. 21301 Heron Dr., Bodega Bay. 707.875.3538. •bodegaharbourgolf.com Foxtail Golf Club, just off of Highway 101 in Rohnert Park, offers two 18-hole championship golf courses at competitive green fees. The north 18, recently reopened after extensive reconstruction, is a first-rate public course, which you will find both golfer-friendly and challenging. Locals can take advantage of membership rates for unlimited play and reciprocal play at Metropolitan (Oakland) and Crystal Springs (San Francisco) courses. Or join the Players Club for deep discounts on green fees and merchandise. Relax after play or in between rounds at the new Sports Bar. Foxtail is an ideal location for your tournament or event, with banquet facilities that accommodate up to 280. 100 Golf Course Drive, Rohnert Park. For more info call (707) 584-7766. •playfoxtail.com • Two 18-hole championship golf courses in the heart of wine country! • Competitive prices • Great location for tournaments and banquets • Ask about “Stay & Play” deals! Mention this ad for a FREE Jumbo Bucket of Balls or FREE Cart with Purchase of two Green Fees.

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Eagle Vines Golf Club • eaglevinesgolfclub.com 580 S. Kelly Road, American Canyon • 707.257.4470 Fairgrounds Golf Course and Learning Center •fairgroundsgolfcourse.com 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa • 707.284.3520 Foxtail Golf Club • playfoxtail.com 100 Golf Course Drive, Rohnert Park • 707.584.7766 • playfoxtail.com Healdsburg Golf Club • healdsburggolfclub.com 927 South Fitch Mountain Rd, Healdsburg • 707.433.4275 Links at Bodega Harbour • bodegaharbourgolf.com 21301 Heron Drive, Bodega Bay • 800.503.8158 Meadowood Napa Valley Golf Course • meadowood.com 900 Meadowood Ln, Saint Helena • 800.458.8080 Napa Golf Course at Kennedy Park • playnapa.com 2295 Streblow Dr., Napa • 707.255.4333 Northwood Golf Club • northwoodgolf.com 19400 Highway 116, Monte Rio • 707.865.1116 Oakmont Golf Club • oakmontgc.com 7025 Oakmont Drive, Santa Rosa • 707.539.0415 Rooster Run Golf Club • roosterrun.com 2301 E. Washington Street, Petaluma • 707.778.1211 Sea Ranch Golf Links • searanchgolf.com 42000 South Highway 1, Gualala • 707.785.2468 Sebastopol Golf Course 2881 Scotts Right of Way, Sebastopol • 707.823.9852 Silverado Resort and Spa • silveradoresort.com 1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa • 707.257.0200 Wikiup Golf Course 5001 Carriage Lane, Santa Rosa • 707.546.8787 Windsor Golf Club • windsorgolf.com 1340 19th Hole Drive, Windsor • 707.838.7888

“there is no other golf course quite like this.” Northwood Golf Club 19400 Hwy 116, Monte Rio, CA 95462

A gorgeous canvas of sky, redwoods, and river combine to make this a must play golf experience in the heart of the Russian River Resort Area. This nine hole, par 36 layout is open year ‘round, with a 19th hole voted the area’s best sports bar.

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Russian River Beaches

The Russian River is a soft, lazy river, perfect for frolicking. You will see many locals with their dogs off leash. But please, for you and your dog’s safety, please keep on leash at all times. •Cloverdale River Park, 31820 McCray Road, Cloverdale •Steelhead Beach, 9000 River Road, Forestville •Sunset Beach River Park, 11403 River Road, Forestville

Adventure Dog! Dog Friendly Spots for your best friend

If you’re a fan of both canines and cabernet, Wine Country is your kind of paradise. There are a number of dogfriendly spots that welcome you and your furry friends. Follow this guide and you and your four-legged friend will find doggy nirvana. Special Thanks to Cindy Riggs, Wine Country Dog Concierge, www.dogconcierge.info. See www.101things.com/winecountry for pet friendly wineries, lodging and events.

SOAR Canine Kayak Eco-floats

Do you have a dog that loves the water? Why not let your pooch splash and swim as the first mate in your dog-friendly canoe? Russian River Adventures is Sonoma County’s best dog–passionate eco-adventure offering SOAR Inflatable canoes for a day on the river. Since 2003 thousands of four-legged canoe enthusiasts, and their owners, have enjoyed awesome days dog-paddling down the river. With a picnic lunch packed you will be set to enjoy a secluded and hard to access section of the Russian River in your comfortable SOAR canoe. The canoes are so stable even the biggest dogs can’t tip them over! The full day Memorial Beach to Wohler Bridge route is completely dog-friendly, so Fido can swim and romp all along the way. “We offer one of the most fun days a dog and his owner can have,” says owner Larry Laba. (707) 433-5599 •russianriveradventures.com

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Dairydell Canine Doggie Dude Ranch is on a real farm with fresh air, room to run and lots of things foryour dogs to do while you tour the local attractions. Dogs stay in our “bunkhouse” accommodations with other dogs and can sign up for extra activities like sheep herding, nature walks or swimming. Convenient location. NOTE: We accept only Read Camilla’s super-social dogs accustomed to Award Winning daycare environment. Book!

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Dogs are not allowed on any Sonoma Coast State beaches. Six ft. leash rule applies at all times.

Dog Parks

Badger Dog Park This 50’ by 200’ area at Badger Park is best for smaller and more passive dogs. It has several benches, a picnic table under a large oak and a small patch of grass. This park is completely fenced, has water and an information kiosk. It is open from 6 a.m. until sunset. 750 Heron Drive, Healdsburg Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park Located at Sonoma Valley Regional Park, near Glen Ellen, California, this one-acre, fully fenced dog park was developed and built with donations and funds raised by the Foundation. The dog park is a popular place to exercise dogs off-leash in one of Sonoma County’s largest dog parks.13630 Sonoma Highway, Glen Ellen Animal Care Center of Sonoma County Dog Park Off-leash dog area at Ragle Ranch Regional Park 500 Ragle Road, Sebastopol Alston Park/Canine Commons Dogs can run freely on almost 30 off-leash acres at the top of this hilly, 157-acre park northwest of downtown Napa. Much of the off-leash space is on the site of an old fruit orchard. The Prune Picker’s trail through the off-leash area is a 1/2-mile circuit. For a longer loop,  park at Alston Park’s  Dry Creek Loop trailhead. Alston Park also includes a fenced and well tended three-acre dog park known as Canine Commons. Dry Creek Road off of Redwood Road, Napa

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Tail Wagging Trails

Canine Eco-Hike With Jeff Kunde & His Dog Riley

Sonoma County Bartholomew Park Winery Trail, 1000 Vineyard Ln. , Sonoma Colgan Creek Trail, 3600 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa Crane Creek Reg. Park, 5000 Pressley Rd, Rohnert Park Foothill Regional Park, 1351 Arata Lane, Windsor Forestville River Access, 10584 River Drive, Forestville Helen Putnam Reg. Park, 411 Chileno Valley Rd, Petaluma Hood Mtn. Reg. Park, 3000 Los Alamos Rd, Santa Rosa Pinnacle Gulch Trail, 20600 Mockingbird Rd, Bodega Bay Ragle Ranch Regional Park, 500 Ragle Rd, Sebastopol Riverfront Regional Park, 7821 Eastside Rd, Healdsburg Armstrong Redwoods SR, 17020 Armstrong Woods Rd, Guerneville Shollenberger Park, 1900 S McDowell Blvd., Petaluma Three Lakes Trail, 1351 Arata Ln, Foothill Reg. Park, Windsor

Fourth-Generation Winegrower Jeff Kunde and his dog Riley cordially invite guests and their furry friends for a hike through the breathtaking Kunde Family Estate vineyards. Where else do dogs get such royal treatment? A hike along the Sonoma Valley floor, winding through oak woodlands, native grasslands and chaparral, trumps the dog park any day. This moderately strenuous hike will last around 4 hours, concluding with a much-deserved wine tasting and wine country lunch. A portion of the fee for the Dog Hike will be donated to Canine Companions and Sonoma County Humane Society. The tour fee is $50/person. (707) 833-5501. •kunde.com

Napa County Oat Hill Mine Trail This 8.3 mile trail follows the original route between Calistoga and the western end of Aetna Springs Road in Pope Valley. Oat Hill Mine Rd, Calistoga   (707) 259-5933

Coastal Beaches

Doran Regional Park is the only coastal spot where you Pope Canyon Trail can feel comfortable frolick2.1 miles west along Pope Canyon ing with your dog, as long as Road from the Knoxville Road he leads you on a leash no intersection. Look for a sturdy longer than 6 feet in length. Park is open for day use 7am brown and yellow striped gate on photo by Kevin O’ Conner to sunset. Parking is $7 per the south side of the road. vehicle. Doran Park has a Pope Canyon Road and 2-mile stretch of sandy beach, Knoxville Road a popular place for picnicking, building sand castles, Stebbins Cold Canyon Trail flying kites and enjoying a 4 mile loop hike up Cold Canyon, to the Blue Ridge with specgentle stroll. As in all county tacular views of Lake Berryessa. Highway 128, parks, licenses are required. “Angel” photo by Susan Joy Bowser continue on past Monticello dam, Napa Doran Regional Park, 201 Doran Beach Road, Bodega Bay. Whoop De Dogs Flat Loop Trail Privately owned but open to the public, offering 2.2 miles of trails that wind through shaded redwoods. Dogs must be on leash. Angwin, off Howell Mountain Rd.

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or hang out while Mom and Dad do that wine thing! Come hungry because the snack bar includes all the family fun pizza and all the treats your family will want. Don’t delay... storm the castle today! Conveniently located off Hwy 101, 5301 Redwood Dr., Rohnert Park You’ll find more than your fill of indoor and outdoor family fun (just a few minutes from wineries, hotels, and more). 707.584.1398. at Scandia Family Fun Park. Head to Rohnert Park and find a “Grand” •scandiafunland.com arcade, batting cages, Tidal Wave Blaster Boats where you can “blast” your brother with water, and even the Lil’ Indy Raceway, where you ake your best shot at can ride solo or buddy up in a 2-seater car. Their fabulous mini-golf scape onoma ounty courses will challenge and thrill. The Rohnert Park site also offers SpinZone Bumper cars. Now for a limited time they are offering UnTake your best shot with laser beams when you enter the 4000 limited Play every day from 10am to noon for just $15.00 per person! sq. foot laser tag arena. Experience Q-Zar Laser Tag at ESCAPE year This includes Lil’ Indy Raceway, SpinZone Bumper Cars, Blaster round with the whole family, a trusted friend or solo. Low hanging Boats and of course the state-of-the-art Arcade. Scandia is the fog and amped music will add to your experience. The friendly staff perfect place to celebrate with a party, spend time with the family will help drive your experience to be unforgettable with a healthy

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Spend the Day in a Family Funland at Scandia Fun Park

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• Laser Tag • Birthday Party • Arcades • Snack Bar • Free Wi-Fi We have a 5,000 square feet black lit arena with low hanging fog and high energy music to keep you amped for every game you play. In this maze-like arena you will dodge enemy lasers while you tag other players with your laser. Birthday parties and private Thursdays: ZAPP PASS Unlimited events are a blast in this (Thurs-Sun): Q-ZAR lazer tag 3 Q-ZAR games futuristic setting when you all day for just & drink only reserve ESCAPE’S entire $18. $20.00 Q-ZAR arena!

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Pedal or Paddle Spring Lake

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Amid the foothills of eastern Santa Rosa is the 320-acre Spring Lake Regional Park that features a three-acre swimming lagoon and 72-acre Spring Lake. Here excellent fishing and boating opportunities abound. Those without a boat can rent a canoe or paddleboat. There are also miles of trails for horseback riding, walking, hiking


and biking throughout the park— all with beautiful views. Equestrian trails connect with trails in Annadel State Park. The swimming lagoon has lifeguards, a sandy beach, a snack bar, showers and picnic areas. Plenty of campgrounds around the park allow a peaceful night’s sleep. At the educational Visitor’s Center, you’ll find lots of information on the animals and plant life that inhabit the park, as well as maps for a variety of trails. Spring Lake is off Montgomery Drive at 391 Violetti Drive, next to Howarth Park in eastern Santa Rosa. For more information or to reserve a campsite call 707.539.8092 •Sonoma-county.org/PARKS/pk_slake.htm

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Located just one mile south of the Plaza in Sonoma, TrainTown features a quarter scale railroad on 4 miles of track. Each train trip lasts 20-minutes and goes through tunnels, over bridges and makes a stop in Lakeview- our miniature town and petting zoo. TrainTown opened its doors to the puclic for the first time in 1968. Fulfilling his lifetime dream of opening a miniature train park, Founder Stanley Frank was an accomplished modelor who had run a successful printing business in Oakland. After his death in 1977, Stanley’s followers continued and greatly extended the dream, creating what is, in actuality, a scale model of a turn-of-the-century town, from the water tower to the schoolhouse to both the chapel and the saloon. Your train ride stops long enough to enter these buildings and check out the detail so lovingly bestowed on these models. The kids

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will love feeding the ducks, llama and other livestock. The ride will take you around a lovely lake, and through a canopy of trees. Other rides at Train Town include a carousel and five other rides. It costs nothing to park or to enter. You pay for the rides as you go. Plan to spend the better part of the afternoon. Your kids, or in our case, grandchildren, will love it! 20264 Broadway Sonoma. 707.938.3912. •traintown.com

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Feel the Extreme Experience at Driven Raceway

These are not your father’s go-karts! Hop on a sleek Italian electric car at Driven Raceway and lap the competition. This racing experience will leave you breathless, with speeds up to 45 mph on a well-controlled indoor track. From the moment the checkered flag drops, you will feel like you are in the race of your life! A screen projected on the wall shows you and your fellow drivers, your time and where you are placing, throughout the duration of the 30-minute race. Your stats will remain in the system after your race, so you can come back and challenge your own time again and again. You can easily make a day of it at Driven Raceway... with a full snack bar, video games, mini-bowling and even a black-lighted mini-golf course. Driven Raceway is set up for groups, too, from birthday parties to a VIP room for corporate team building. They are conveniently and centrally located right off of Highway 101 in Rohnert Park, or at 1560 Gateway Blvd, Fairfield. See their ad this section for a special offer! Drop in or call for more information at 707-585-DRIVEN (3748) or 707-426-3748. •drivenraceway.com

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Step into the Jelly Belly Factory and smell the aroma of chocolate, peach, cinnamon, pineapple, or whatever is being cooked up that day. This famous factory is located in Fairfield, California, about 35 minutes from Napa. During the 40-minute walking tour, Jelly Belly tour guides will show you a real working factory where they cook up over 150 different sweet treats. You will learn the secrets to how they create the legendary Jelly Belly jelly bean, and discover why it takes more than a week to make a single bean. The Jelly Belly Visitor Center is open daily from 9am to 5pm, and guided factory tours operate daily from 9am to 4pm PT, except New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Bus and RV parking is available during business hours. Overnight parking is prohibited. An on-site dog walk area is available for guests traveling with pets. Jelly Belly factory tours are especially popular and referred to by many as a “unique and sweet experience”. Reservations are not required. Tours are FREE and depart approximately every 10-15 minutes throughout the day. While the typical wait for tours is approximately 15 minutes, tour waits can be as long as 1 hour or more during certain holidays. Visitor Center is stroller and wheelchair accessible. For additional tour information, call 1-800-9-JELLYBEAN (1-800-953-5592). 1 Jelly Belly Lane, Fairfield, CA. •jellybelly.com

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Spend the day at Charles M. Schulz Museum & Ice Rink

Charles M. Schulz, the creator of the beloved Peanuts cartoon strip, was a man who touched many lives through his work. At the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, there are exhibits on the man, the characters and the items that they inspired. There are Peanuts animated television specials and interviews with Schulz shown throughout the day in the museum’s 100-seat theater. Outside is a Snoopy Labyrinth in the shape of the dog’s head. Call ahead and request a viewing in the Research Center to get a better understanding of Schulz through personal letters, photos and biographical works. At the Museum’s store, souvenirs of Schulz, Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Pigpen photo courtesy and all the Gang are available for sale. The Charles M. Schulz Museum Museum is open every weekday except Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Museum is open every day in the summer (Memorial Day through Labor Day). It is located in Santa Rosa on the corner of West Steele Lane and Hardies Lane (2301 Hardies Lane). For more information, call (707) 579-4452 •schulzmuseum.org For over forty years Snoopy’s Home Ice (a.k.a. The Redwood Empire Ice Arena) has literally been the coolest place in Sonoma


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County. A popular destination for Peanuts fans from across the globe, the arena complex is also home to the Warm Puppy Café and Snoopy’s Gallery & Gift Shop. With over 15,000 square feet of smooth ice and a unique alpine atmosphere, Snoopy’s Home Ice is a great place for families to enjoy recreational ice skating, casual dining or souvenir hunting. There are public skating sessions daily so be sure to call ahead for details, prices and session times. Don’t want to skate? Spectators are welcome, and it’s always free to watch the graceful moves of the figure skaters or the action of Ice Hockey from the comfort of the fire-side tables at the Warm Puppy Café. And yes, free WiFi is available! Finding a memento of your trip will be easy with over 1,600 unique Peanuts products to choose from at Snoopy’s Gallery

the spirit of Africa in the heart of Wine Country

& Gift shop. And don’t miss the mezzanine level, there are rotating displays of Peanuts memorabilia and collectibles and continuous showings of Peanuts animated specials for kids, and those who are still kids at heart. Located at the corner of West Steele Lane and Hardies Lane (1667 W Steele Lane), Snoopy’s Home Ice is the perfect place for family fun and is just across the street from the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa. See their ad for a special “101 Things To Do” offer. 707.546.7147 •snoopyshomeice.com

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Experience the Spirit of Africa in Wine Country at Safari West

Have you ever wanted to go on an African safari? You can in Sonoma County at Safari West, the home for more than 400 exotic mammals and birds. It’s not a zoo or drive-through park, but a wildlife preserve where the whole family can experience some of nature’s most beautiful animals in a natural habitat. You can choose from a number of trips to fit your needs and desires. Hop in an authentic safari vehicle and drive out into the savanna among giraffe, gazelle, scimitar-horned onyx, ostrich and antelope. Because the animals are not in cages they interact with each other and roam freely. For a more intense experience, spend a night or two in a tent or cottage with a view of giraffes from your front porch. The onsite restaurant, the Savannah Café, features elegant dining in the Elephant Room, where scrumptious safari ranch style barbecue meals are served. The restaurant only prepares meals according to guest reservations, so advanced reservations are essential. Lighter meals are served at Delilah’s Deli. Wine on the Wild Side... Safari West offers a unique wine tasting experience... join them before the dinner hour for a “Sip on the Sonoma Serengeti”. Taste local and South African wines. The cost is $32 per adult tasting, and includes complimentary tasting for two at Francis Ford Coppola Winery in nearby Geyserville. Private tours are also available. A favorite group tour is the Brews and Buffalos Tour, a guided tour and beer tasting safari. Gather up to ten of your friends for a 2.5 hour tour of exotic buffalo, giraffes and zebras, combined with a sampling of Sonoma County’s finest brewed ales and lagers and savory snacks. Safari West is located at 3115 Porter Creek Road in Santa Rosa. Prior reservations are required for Safari West tours, meals and lodging, and may be made through their website, or by calling (800) 616-2695 or (707) 579-2551. •safariwest.com

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Help your kids gain a love for the theater by introducing them to it early. Several venues offer fun, engaging shows that you will enjoy as much as they do. At Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, the Roustabout Theater presents The Little Mermaid May 10-13; A Little Night Music May 17-19. The Clover-Stornetta Family Series presents Golden Dragon Acrobats October 24; Story Pirates November 13 and Angelina Ballerina, the Musical December 4. • wellsfargocenterarts.org The Raven Theater in Healdsburg presents Charlotte’s Web May 3-12; Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland May 12-13. • raventheater.org. Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma presents Into the Woods April 26 - May 12; RENT (School Edition) July 15 - August 9. • cinnabartheater.org


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Scandia Family Fun Center Open 10 a.m. daily

At Scandia, we strive to provide your family with the greatest possible experience in family entertainment! Cool your jets with our Tidal Wave Bumper Boats. Get behind the wheel and feel the rush at our Lil’ Indy Raceway! Mix it up in our Spin Zone Bumper Cars. Get a hole-in-one at our Fabulous Mini Golf Course. Work on your swing at the Batting Cage. Or spend some quality time with the hottest video games at our Grand Arcade! Stay fueled with pizza and more at our Snack Bar. Spend an hour... spend a day! 5301 Redwood Drive, Rohnert Park

707-584-1398 www.scandiafunland.com

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CLOVERLEAF RANCH • Summer Camp Program • Full Sports Program • Horseback Riding • Archery • Riflery • Hiking • Lake & Pool • Ropes Courses • One-of-a-kind Corporate Events Couples... Try our Sweetheart Silver Spurs Package! Ask about our Buckaroo Clinic for young wranglers.

3892 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa, CA

(707) 545-5906

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For over half a century, Cloverleaf Ranch has provided a healthy, wholesome and fun vacation for children. Originally a boys’ working ranch, Cloverleaf has become a “home away from home” for thousands of children and adults from all over the world. Today, in addition to their award-winning horse boarding and riding programs, Cloverleaf is home to Sonoma County’s only Western Summer Camp Program. The Ranch provides the fun and excitement of the western frontier to participants, with activities such as horseback riding, campouts, hiking, swimming, ropes course, arts and crafts, and many more great activities. The 160-acre ranch provides one of the most scenic trail rides in Northern California. If you’re searching for the opportunity to spend time with that special someone in an unforgettable setting, try a romantic tour for two, riding the trail, afterwards enjoying appetizers and drinks by the pool. Or you may choose to pause along the trail and savor a picnic under a beautiful old oak tree overlooking breathtaking views of Sonoma County. Ask for the affordable “Sweetheart Silver Spurs Package”. Or for the younger wrangler, ask about the “Buckaroo Clinic”. It includes horseback riding, crafts, games and snacks. Cloverleaf Ranch also offers a one of a kind experience for corporate events and private groups. Enjoy horseback riding, archery, a complete sports program including basketball, batting cages, riflery, a beautiful swimming pool, challenge course, zip line and many more available options. Perfect for team building! They are located just off Highway 101 at the northern edge of Santa Rosa, only an hour’s drive from San Francisco. 3892 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa. (707) 545-5906 • cloverleafranch.com

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Ride a Train or Carousel at Howarth Park in Santa Rosa

There are so many things to do at Howarth Park that it’s hard to name them all. There is a 25-acre lake that is perfect for fishing and boating, or you can play on the softball field or on one of the six lighted tennis courts. For hiking, biking or jogging, there are miles of winding trails that connect with the scenic Bay Area Ridge Trail. Ride a miniature train, take a spin on the carousel in the amusement area, or ride a pony in the animal farm. There’s even a climbing wall that is fun and safe for all ages. The Land of Imagination is a one-of-akind educational experience where you can learn about American Indian culture and archeology. Howarth Park is open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily, located on Summerfield Road in eastern Santa Rosa. For more information call (707) 543-3282.


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SONOMA RACEWAY The Raceway will mark 43 years of historic racing action in the Sonoma Valley during the 2013 season.  Opened in 1968, then-Sears Point Raceway was constructed on 720 acres of property that was a working dairy farm in the early 1900s. The facility hosted its first official event, an SCCA Enduro, on Dec. 1 of that year. Since then, the facility has grown to 1,600 acres and expanded into one of the premier motor sports venues in the country, hosting 340 days of racing activity each year, including the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing and the IZOD IndyCar® Series. The twists of the 12-turn road course and the lightning-quick quarter-mile drag strip have hosted all of the biggest names and some of the most historic moments in racing history. Winners of most major events at the Raceway celebrate with a sip from the Champion’s Goblet in the Wine Country Winner’s Circle. The goblet was introduced in 2006, incorporating the raceway’s rich wine country heritage and allowing the winner to toast the fans. Dale Earnhardt won his first and only NASCAR road-course race at the Raceway in 1995. Some upcoming events include the Toyota/Save Mart NASCAR Sprint Cup Series June 21-23; the Korbel NHRA Division 7 Drag Races July 19-21; the Mello Yello NHRA Sonoma Nationals July 26-28; GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma August 23-25; FIA World Touring Car Championship September 7; Classic Sports Racing Group Charity Challenge October 4-6.29355 Arnold Dr., Sonoma (707) 938-8448 •racesonoma.com CALISTOGA SPEEDWAY In 1937, as the Model A was dominating America’s roadways when a promoter with the colorful nickname of “Fancy Pants” came to Calistoga with a ‘fancy’ idea. He believed the town’s horse racing track was ideal for another kind of horsepower. He persuaded the town’s leaders to promote a car race on the Napa County Fairgrounds. About a dozen cars showed up for an afternoon of hippodrome-style speed exhibitions. It was the beginning of a tradition that has endured for over 70 years. Except for the years of World War II, when all racing in the nation was put on hold to conserve fuel and rubber, Calistoga Speedway has hosted open-wheel race cars. From spindly wire-wheeled wonders with four-cylinder engines to midgets and the V-8 powered, winged and modern sprint cars of today, Calistoga’s first racing heroes were family names that are still found in the Napa Valley, such as Figone, Normi, and Pacheteau. The first races were sanctioned by the Bay Cities Roadster Racing Association. The track hit its stride as a racing destination under the nurturing hand of another well-known Calistogan, Louie Vermeil, owner of the former Owl Garage on Washington Street, whose association with the track spanned over 40 years. Initially, he was a mechanic and later a car owner. By 1960, Vermeil and others had formed the Northern Auto Racing Club, now known as the Golden State Challenge Series, to boost the professionalism of sprint car racing. For the next 25 years, Calistoga Speedway was known as the “home” of the Northern Auto Racing Club while Vermeil presided as president. Over the years, Calistoga Speedway has hosted some of the best drivers of their eras. Indy car veterans Jim Hurtubise, Bob Veith, Freddie Agabasion (’52 Indy pole winner), and Earl Motter raced here in the ’50s and ’60s. Some of the best race car drivers of the next generation took their place, including 20-time World of Outlaws champion Steve Kinser and Tony Stewart, who has gone on to win championships

in the United States Auto Club, the Indy Racing League, and NASCAR stock cars. Today, Calistoga Speedway continues its tradition of presenting special events for some of the region’s most competitive racing series, including the winged sprint cars of the traveling Civil War and Golden State Challenge series and the traditional sprint cars and midgets of the United States Auto Club. Upcoming events include the WC Classic 360 on June 22; CS Shootout August 3; and the Louis Vermeil Classic August 31 and Sept. 1. 1435 N Oak St, Calistoga. (707) 942-5111 •calistogaspeedway.org Petaluma Speedway The Petaluma Speedway features the fastest 3/8 mile dirt oval in Northern California. They feature 360 Winged Sprints, Wingless Sprints, Dirt Late Models, Dirt Modifieds, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Dwarf Cars. Join the fun every Saturday night for non-stop racing action and join them in celebrating the 50th anniversary of racing in the wine country. Upcoming Events include Joe Hunt Sprint Series; Nor-Cal Mod Tour; Super Stocks; Dwarf Cars; Mini Stocks/Hornets. Grandstands open at 4:00, qualifying at 5:00, racing at 6:30 pm. $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and juniors. 707.486.8140 • petaluma-speedway.com

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Have you ever wondered where your food comes from? Unfortunately, the farms where most of the food in the grocery store comes from are guarded from the public. Why? Because they know that if you saw what goes on there, you might look for an alternative source. That’s where Tara Firma photo by Tom Moyer Farms comes in! On this free Farm Tour, you’ll have an unforgettable day enjoying the sun alongside happy piglets playing in the field and baby chicks that can fit into the palm of your hand. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see a fully operational example of what sustainable farming looks like up close and personal. During your visit you’ll learn about a natural process to raise chickens, pigs and cows, and how soil and grasses rely on grazing of chickens, pigs and cows. And how those same cows can help to solve global warming. Also, chicks and piglets are ridiculously cute. Every Saturday & Sunday 10am • 12pm • 2pm  Lunch served 11am -3:30pm   $10/ Plate. 3796 I St., Petaluma (707)765-1212 • tarafirmafarms.com/farm-tours Go to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 39


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last year. But then you step into the Crystal Cellar, and it is no longer an unassuming, laid back tasting room. Designed to focus on the experience of wine and decanting, the Crystal Cellar is bejeweled with sparkling steel walls, featuring a chic, mirrored bar beneath a fabulous Baccarat chandelier. Their collection of historical crystal decanters demonstrates the important effect aerating wine in a Baccarat decanter produces. Eclectic, French Burlesque-clad figures swing from the rafters, adding to the ambience. Another amazing innovation you won’t want to miss is their Custom Blending Room. Here you can become “Winemaker for a Day”. You will don lab coats and festive head gear, then following instructions from Raymond’s wine technicians, blend aste ine from the your own custom labeled wine. You nique to the outique can even take home a case of your own blend, great for holiday gifts or for your own collection of wines. Groups can reserve a private tasting On our first visit to Raymond Vineyards, the depth of the experience in the Barrel Room or in the Raymond was almost too much to take in. So we went back for a second vist. You Library Room. probably will too. As you wander down the corriBefore you even enter the winery facility, your experience will begin dor toward the “Red Room”, take a by learning all you need to know about Biodynamic farming. The twomoment to experience the “Corridor acre garden Theater of Nature, divided into five acts, showcases all the of Senses”. Beginning with the Touch Station, you “players”, and demonstrates how they play their part in crafting quality learn how wines can display various textures on the wine. Signs along the winding path explain the role of each “actor”, palate and smell the distinct, complex aromas found from the Soil (the soul of the site) to the Plants, to the Animals (bugs, in wine. bees and all), to the Vineyardist, and finally the Wholeness, in which The Red Room, once members only, but now all actors work together. Additional roles are played by the lunar cycle, available by reservation for groups, is an extravagantly appointed room of luxurious red velvet walls, lavish bars and plush furniture. You can even engage in a game of pocket billiards and pinball as you sample some of Raymond’s most exclusive wines. The appointment-only JCB Lounge embraces a new height of luxury, with a groovy ‘60s decor. It is ideal for small private parties and intimate tastings. Call 707-963-3141 to schedule a tour, private tasting, or private event. 849 Zinfandel Lane, St. Helena. •raymondvineyards.com

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the sun and the prevailing winds. The Theater of Nature is impressive, and a great way to start your tour of Raymond Vineyards. Raymond Vineyard is one Napa Valley’s most historic vineyards. In 1970, after working 35 years in every facet of Beringer Winery, Roy Raymond, Sr. and sons Walter and Roy, Jr., planted their first vineyard. Their first vintage crush was in 1974. In 2009, Jean-Charles Boisset, head of Boisset Family Estates, purchased Raymond Vineyards, bringing the same level of dedication to innovation and the environment that has made theirs one of the world’s leading family-owned wine companies. Once inside the unassuming main tasting room, in the midst of a tasteful setup of retail selections like beeswax candles, wine country cookbooks and wine-related gadgets for your kitchen, is both cozy and inviting. Wines, from the 94 point Generations Cabernet Sauvignon, to their coveted Small Lot Collection, demonstrate why Wine Enthusiast awarded them their Wine Star Award for American Winery of the Year 40 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry

A gift from Raymond Vineyards Proprietor, Jean-Charles Boisset to his wife, Gina Gallo, Frenchie is the stout and ever so adorable French bulldog sidekick of proprietor Jean-Charles Boisset. Frenchie’s vision to one day have a winery where all of his furry friends could come play with him brought this architectural piece of art to life. Made king of Frenchie Winery on May 1, 2012, when Frenchie Winery opened to the public, he believes that no dog shall have to stay in a hot car while his/ her parents are enjoying themselves tasting wine in a beautiful tasting room. He believes that all creatures deserve the same enjoyment.


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Castello di Amorosa is the dream of Dario Sattui, which became reality and was open to the public in April of 2007. When you tour this 13th Century, 107 room Tuscan-style castle, you will truly feel you have stepped into a medieval realm, and for good reason. The castle is built with over a million hand-made antique bricks, supplied from torn-down Hapsburg palaces. The castle is adorned throughout with authentic touches, including a massive fireplace of historical significance, an actual Iron Maiden from the late Rennaissance in the torture chamber, and a wrought iron dragon from Napolean’s era over the massive main door. More than 8,000 tons of stone were chiseled to be photo by Jim Sullivan, courtesy Castello di Amorosa. absolutely authentic. Our tour began in the Saint Catherine of Siena Chapel, led to the Great Hall (where elaborate dinners actually occur) and proceeded through the various regions of the castle, including the torture chamber, the wine caves, the Armory and the Grand Barrel Room, ending with a delightful wine tasting / chocolate pairing. Our guide was informative, knowledgable and humorous. Tours are approximately 1-3/4 hours in length. The walking portion of your tour is approximately 60 minutes followed by a 45 minute private tasting of our handcrafted Italian style wines. Reservations are highly suggested. Special tours include “Royal Pairings” and a Hiking Vineyard Tour. 4045 North Saint Helena Highway, Calistoga. (707) 967-6272. •castellodiamorosa.com

Tour Wine Country and Redwoods on a Segway

The Segway is a self-balancing, personal transporter. These unique electric vehicles are surprisingly easy to use, with a maximum speed of 12 mph and the ability to make a 360 degree turn while standing still. Tours with Segway of Healdsburg are sure to be a memorable experience for any celebration, team building or fun outing you want to plan. Choose from a Wine Tasting tour where they take you to two boutique wineries in either the Russian River or Dry Creek Valley wine growing region; or the magical Armstrong Redwoods State Park tour. All the tours have beautiful views and fantastic wine country adventures. Photos are included in all tours and a gourmet picnic can be added. Advance reservations required. Please check their website at www. segwayofhealdsburg.com or call 707-953-3477 for more information regarding these fun filled Segway Tours! •segwayofhealdsburg.com

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Take the Beermaster Tour at Anheuser-Busch Brewery

Just a half hour from downtown Napa, the Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour in Fairfield is a fun and educational day trip. We recommend that you opt for the Beermaster Tour, for a true behind-the-scenes look at how Budweiser is made and packaged. You will gather in the gift shop, where you can peruse some memorabilia and get a sense of how this company has been producing beer for over 150 years. This extensive tour will include the immense vats where the hops are brewed, the Lager Cellar, Packaging Facility and Finishing Cellar, including a sample directly from a Finishing Tank (bring a jacket, it gets cold)! The finale of the tour is a tasting of their varied brews, including limited edition brews of Stella Artrois, Shock Top and Michelob. The Brewmaster Tour is $25 or $10 for ages 13-20 (does not include tasting). Reservations can be made by calling (707) 429-7595 or emailing fairfieldbrewerytour@budweisertours.com. Tours start at 10 am and 2 pm. 3101 Busch Drive, Fairfield. •budweisertours.com Go to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 41


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Platypus Tours offers daily, guided wine tours of Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley and the Healdsburg area wineries for $99 per person. “We love to bring our guests to hidden gem wineries - many of which they have never even heard of.” Their specialty is smaller, non-touristy, more remotely located wineries. Your Join-In Tour will include a tasty picnic lunch, served on the grounds of one of the wineries you visit; cheese platter and plenty of bottled water, served on board the bus; personable, informed tour guide/driver who will bring it all to life, filling in details about the history and lore of the area and the unique wineries and vineyards you visit. Private Wine Tours are perfect for small group special events like wedding parties, bachelor or bachelorette parties, family reunions and corporate team building events. They can assist in all aspects of your Napa event planning, including hotel pickup. You may choose your own winery destinations, or they will be happy to help you set up your entire day. In most cases, whether you choose a Join-In or Private Wine Tour, they can pick you up at your hotel/inn. For more information call (707) 253-2723. •platypustours.com

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Tour Napa Valley on the Napa Valley Wine Train

The Napa Valley Wine Train has carried more than 2 million passengers since it began operating in 1989. There are so many packages available it is easy to see why. The train runs from the historic town of Napa to St. Helena and back. It is a lovely 36 mile round-trip and passengers relax in either vintage Pullman or Vista Dome rail cars that have been lavishly restored. Passengers wend their way through Napa, Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford and St. Helena in addition to seeing numerous wineries through the large picture windows. There are 3 packages to choose from: The Vista Dome, Gourmet Express and Silverado Grill each have their own kitchen and specific menu. The dinner train departs at 6:30pm and you can select from two gourmet packages. The Lunch Train departs at 11:30am and returns at 2:30pm. During spring and summer, the Napa Valley is bathed in golden sunlight for most of the journey. In the fall and winter, the train departs after sunset so you can experience the romance and adventure on a train traveling at night. There are also several winery tours to choose from. The Evening Winery Tour will take you to Grgich Hills Winery, followed by a gourmet dinner back on the Train. Or choose from the Ambassador Winery, Domaine Chandon, Grgich Hills or Valley First Tours available on every lunch train. There are special holiday events including Easter, Mother’s Day and Santa Trains. Would you prefer to travel with a Murder Mystery Troupe, Sing Along Piano Bar or take part in the Wine Education Dinner Series? The Napa Valley Wine Train has a package that is exactly right for your vacation or your group. 800-427-4124. 1275 McKinstry Street, Napa. •winetrain.com 42 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry


wine tasting and tours Napa Valley Appelation and Sub-Appellations

4,343 height in feet of Mt. St. Helena, which stands sentry over the northern end of Napa Valley.

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acres of land within the Napa Valley AVA planted to Winegrapes.

7,300 acres of land in Napa Valley planted to Chardonnay (most of all white wine varietals).

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acres of land in Napa Valley planted to Cabernet Sauvignon (most of all varietals).

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Directory of Napa Valley Wineries

Alphabetical listing of all tasting rooms including their varietals

Names are color coded to match the color on the map (see previous page) indicating appellation. Appellation

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Tasting Sun-Th 11-10pm Fri-Sa 11am-12am

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Collective

1313 Main St. Tasting Room

1313 Main St., Napa

707.258.1313

1313main.com

Collective

A Dozen Vintners

3000 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.867.0666

adozenvintners.com

Daily 10-5pm

Los Carneros

Acacia Vineyards

2750 Las Amigas Rd., Napa

707.226.9991

acaciavineyard.com

By Appt.

Collective

Acme Fine Wines

1080 Fulton Lane, St. Helena

707.963.0440

acmefinewines.com

9:30am-5pm

Coombsville

Adastra Vineyards

2545 Las Amigas Rd., Napa

707.255.4818

adastrawines.com

By Appt.

P, M, C, Sy

Chiles Valley

Aetna Springs Cellars

7227 Pope Valley Rd., Pope Valley

707.965.2675

aetnaspringscellars.com

By Appt.

CS, CF PS, Sa, Sy

St. Helena

Allora Vineyard

3244 Ehlers Lane, St. Helena

707.963.6071

alloravineyards.com

By Appt.

CS, Sa,

Rutherford

Alpha Omega

1155 Mee Lane, Rutherford

707.963.9999

aowinery.com

10-6pm

C, CS, CBSB, SB

Coombsville

Altamura Winery

1700 Wooden Valley Road, Napa

707.253.2000

altamura.com

By Appt.

CS, SB Sa

Calistoga

Amizetti Vineyards

1098 Greenfield Rd., Calistoga

707.963.1460

amizetta.com

By Appt.

CS

Collective

Ancien Wines

4047 3rd Ave., Napa

707.255.3908

ancienwines.com

By Appt.

C , PN, PG

St. Helena

Anderson’s Conn Valley

680 Rossi Rd., St. Helena

707.963.8600

connvalleyvineyards.com

10-4pm

CS,PN,C,SB

Oak Knoll

Andretti Winery

4162 Big Ranch Rd., Napa

707.259.6777

andrettiwinery.com

Daily 10-5pm

C, M, PG, SB

St. Helena

Anomaly Vineyards

Call for address

707.967.8448

anomalyvineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

Atlas Peak

Antica

3700 Soda Canyon Rd., Napa

707.257.8700

anticanapavalley.com

By Appt.

C,CS

Atlas Peak

Ardente Winery

2929 Atlas Peak Road, Napa

707.226.7669

ardentewinery.com

By Appt.

CS, Sa

M-Th 10-4pm Fri-Sa 10-5pm

PN,Sy, CS, CF, PS,

By Appt.

CBSB, CS, SB, Sy

St. Helena

Arger-Martucci Vineyards

1455 Inglewood Ave., St. Helena

707.963.4334

arger-matucci.com

Howell Mountain

Arkenstone Vineyards

335 West Lane, Angwin

707.965.1020

arkenstone.com

Various Various C,PN Various

Daily 11-5pm Tues by Appt.

CS, Z, C, PS, PN, PM, Charbono

Calistoga

August Briggs Wines

1307 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga

707.942.4912

augustbriggswinery.com

Calistoga

B Cellars

400 Silverado Trail, Calistoga

707.299.3930

bcellars.com

Daily 10-5pm

C, CS, SB Various

Collective

Backroom Wines

1000 Main St., Shop 120, Napa

707.226.1378

backroomwines.com

Mon-Sat 10-7, Su 12-7

Stags Leap

Baldacci Vineyards

6236 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.944.9261

baldaccivineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

St. Helena

Ballantine Vineyards

2820 St. Helena Hwy, N., St. Helena

707.963.7919

ballantinevineyards.com

By Appt.

CF, M, Sy, Z

Calistoga

Barlow Vineyards

4411 Silverado Trail, Calistoga

707.942.8742

barlowvineyards.com

By Appt.

CS, M, Z

Spring Mountain

Barnett Vineyards

4070 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.963.7075

barnettvineyards.com

By Appt.

C, M, PN, CS

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

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PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

Appellation Legend Los Carneros Coombsville Wild Horse Valley Mount Veeder Oak Knoll District Yountville Stags Leap Atlas Peak

Oakville Rutherford Saint Helena Spring Mountain Chiles Valley Howell Mountain Diamond Mountain Calistoga


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Atlas Peak

Beauvigne

6795 Washington St., Napa

707.947.7958

beauvigne.com

Oakville

Beaucanon Estate

1006 Monticello Rd., Napa

707.254.1460

beaucanonestate.com

Rutherford

Beaulieu Vineyard

1960 S. St. Helena Hwy, Rutherford

707.967.5233

Spring Mountain

Behrens & Hitchcok

4708 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.963.1774

Rutherford

Bell Wine Cellars

6200 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.1673

bellwine.com

Daily 10-4pm

C,Cl, CS, M, PV, PG, PN, R, SB, Sy

St. Helena

Benessere Vineyards

1010 Big Tree Road, St. Helena

707.963.5853

benesserevineyards.com

Daily 10-5pm

CS, M, PG, PN, Sa, Sy, Z

Calistoga

Bennett Lane Winery

3340 Hwy 128, Calistoga

707.942.6684

bennettlane.com

Spring Mountain

Beringer Vineyards

200 Main St., St. Helena

707.963.4812

beringer.com

Atlas Peak

Bialla Vineyards

4088 Atlas Peak Rd., Napa

707.299.3930

Coombsville

Black Cat Vineyard

1352 Fourth Ave., Napa

707.321.0866

Phone

Website / URL

Tasting

Varietals

Daily 11-8pm

CS

By Appt.

CS

bvwines.com

10-5pm

C, CS, G, M, SB, Vi, WD

behrensfamilywinery.com

By Appt.

PS,Sy,CBSB

Daily 10-5:30pm Daily 10-5pm By Appt.

blackcatvineyard.com

C,CS,M,SB,Sy C, CS, M, PN, SB, White Zin CS

By Appt.

Cs, Sy

10-5pm

C,Ch,CS,CBSB, PG,R,SB,Z

By Appt.

CS, R, SB

Daily 10:30-4pm

C, PN, WD

Oak Knoll

Black Stallion Winery

4089 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.227.3250

blackstallionwinery.com

St. Helena

Boeschen Vineyards

3242 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.963.3674

boeschenvineyards.com

Los Carneros

Bouschaine

1075 Buchli Station Rd., Napa

707.252.9065

bouchaine.com

Coombsville

Bourassa Vineyards

190 Camino Oruga, Ste. 5, Napa 1 Executive Way S., Napa

707.254.4922

bourassavineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,CF,M,CBSB

Oak Knoll

Boyd Family

4042 Big Ranch Rd., Napa

707.254.7353

boydwine.com

By Appt.

CF, CS, CBSB, M, Z

Howell Mountain

Bravante Vineyards

300 Stone Ridge Rd., Angwin

707.965.2552

bravantewine.com

By Appt.

CBSB,CF,CS, M,SB

St. Helena

Bremer Family

975 Deer Park Road, St. Helena

707.963.5411

Stags Leap

Brookdale

4006 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.258.1454

brookdalewine.com

By Appt.

CS

Howell Mountain

Buehler

820 Greenfield Road, St. Helena

707.963.2155

buehlervineyards.com

By Appt.

CS, Z

St. Helena

Burgess Cellars

1108 Deer Park Rd., St. Helena

707.963.4766

burgesscellars.com

By Appt.

CS,Gr,M,PS,Sy

Howell Mountain

Cade Winery

360 Howell Mountain Rd. S., Angwin

707.965.2746

cadewinery.com

Sprng Mountain

Cain

3800 Langtry Rd., St. Helena

707.963.1616

cainfive.com

By Appt.

CS, CBSB

Rutherford

Cakebread Cellars

8300 St. Helena Hwy, Rutherford

707.963.5221

cakebread.com

By Appt.

C,CR,CSR,Sy,Z

St. Helena

Calafia Cellars

629 Fulton Lane, St. Helena

707.963.0114

calafiacellars.com

By Appt.

CS, CBSB

Calistoga

Calistoga Cellars

1007 Washington Ave., Calistoga

707.942.7422

calistogacellars.com

By Appt.

C, CS, P, SB, Z

Oakville

Cardinale Estate

7600 St. Helena Hwy, Oakville

707.948.2643

cardinale.com

By Appt.

CBSB,CS,CF,M

St. Helena

Casa Nuestra Winery/Vineyard

2451 Silverado Trail N., St. Helena

707.963.5783

casanuestra.com

By Appt.

CF

Diamond Mountain

Castello di Amorosa

4045 N. St. Helena Hwy, Calistoga

707.967.6272

castellodiamorosa.com

Rutherford

Caymus Vineyards

8700 Conn Creek Rd., Rutherford

707-967-3010

caymus.com

Los Carneros

Ceja Vineyards

1248 1st St., Napa

707.226.6445

cejavineyards.com

Stags Leap

Celani Family

2230 Big Ranch Road, Napa

707.255.5645

celaniwines.com

By Appt.

C, CS, M

Napa Valley

Chappellet

1581 Sage Canyon Road, St. Helena

707.963.7136

chappellet.com

By Appt.

CS

St. Helena + 3

Charles Krug

2800 Main St., St. Helena

707-967.2229

charleskrug.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

Mt. Veeder

Charter Oak

831 Charter Oak Ave., St. Helena

707.963.2298

charteroakwine.com

By Appt.

PS, Z

St. Helena

Chase Cellars

2252 Sulfur Spring Ave., St. Helena

707-963.1284

chasecellars.com

By Appt.

CS,PS,SB,Z

St. Helena

Chateau Boswell

3468 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.963.5472

chateauboswellwinery.com

By Appt.

Calistoga

Chateau Montelena

1429 Tubbs Ln, Calistoga

707.942.5105

montelena.com

Stags Leap

Chimney Rock Winery / Terlato Family

5350 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.257.2641

chimneyrock.com

St. Helena

Clif Bar Family Wines

1312 Vidovich Ave., St. Helena

707.968.0625

cliffamilywinery.com

Stags Leap

Cliff Lede Vineyards

1473 Yountville Cross Road,Yountville

707.944.8642

cliffledevineyards.com

Stags Leap

Clos du Val

5330 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.261.5200

closduval.com

Daily 10-5pm

C,CS,M,PN,SB,Sem

Calistoga

Clos Pegase

1060 Dunaweal Lane, Calistoga

707.942.4981

clospegase.com

Daily 10:30-5

C,CS,M,PN,SB

Rutherford

Conn Creek Winery

8711 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.963.5133

conncreek.com

S-F 11-4pm Sa 11-5pm

By appt.

Daily 10-4pm

Daily 9:30-6pm By Appt. Th-Sa 11-9pm Su-We 11-6pm

Daily 9:30-4

CS,SB

C,G,M,PG,PN CS,Z C,CS,M,PN,SB,Sy

C, CBSB, CS,M,SB,PN,

C, CS C,CS,PS,PS,SB,Z

10-5pm

CS

By Appt.

CS, G, Gr, R, SB, Z

Daily 10-4pm

Cl,CS,SB

CS,CF,SB

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Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Diamond Mountain

Constant Wine & Diamond Mountain Vineyard

Website / URL

Tasting

Varietals

2121 Diamond Mountain Rd., Calistoga

707-942-0707

constantwine.com

By Appt.

CBSB,CS,CF,M,Sy

St. Helena

Continuum Estate

St. Helena

1677 Sage Canon Rd., St. Helena

707.944.8100

continuumestate.com

By Appt.

CS

Corison Winery

987 S. St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.963.0826

corison.com

By Appt.

CBSB,CF,CS,Sy

Howell Mountain

Cornerstone Cellars

6505 Washington St., #C, Yountville

707.945.0388

cornerstonecellars.com

St. Helena

Covenant

1241 Adams St., St. Helena

707.963.3887

covenantwines.com

Calistoga

Cuvaison Estate Winery

4550 Silverado Trail N., Calistoga

707.942.2468

cuvaison.com

Los Carneros

Cuvasion Estate Winery

1221 Duhig Rd., Napa

707.942.2455

Cuvasion.com

By Appt.

Oak Knoll +2

Darioush Winery

4240 Silverado Trail

707.257.2345

darioush.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

St. Helena

David Arthur Vineyards

210 Long Ranch Rd., St. Helena

707.963.5190

davidarthur.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M,SB

St. Helena

David Fulton

825 Fulton Lane, St. Helena

707.967.0719

davidfultonwinery.com

By Appt.

PS

Rutherford

Del Bondio Wine Company

1333 Bella Oaks Lane, Rutherford

707.963.2805

delbondio.com

By Appt.

Certified Organic C, CS, Sy

St. Helena

Del Dotto Caves

1055 Atlas Peak Rd., Napa (Cave) 1445 St. Helena Hwy So., St. Helena

707.963.2134

deldottovineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M,PN,P,PS

Calistoga

Delectus Winery

908 C Enterprise Way, Napa

707.255.1252

delectuswinery.com

By Appt.

CF,CS,M,PS,Sy

Los Carneros

Domaine Carneros

1240 Duhig Road., Napa

707.257.0101

domainecarneros.com

Daily 10-6pm

Yountville

Domaine Chandon

1 California Drive, Yountville

707.944.2280

chandon.com

Daily 10-6pm

Spring Mountain

Domaine Charbay

4001 Spring Mt. Rd, St. Helena

707.963.9327

charbay.com

By Appt.

St. Helena

Duckhorn

1000 Lodi Lane, St. Helena

707.963.7108

duckhorn.com

Calistoga

Dutch Henry

4310 Silverado Trail, Calistoga

707.942.5771

dutchhenry.com

Daily 10-4:30

Howell Mountain

Eagle’s Trace

680 Rossi Road., St. Helena

707.963.4665

eaglestrace.com

By Appt.

M, PN, CS

Spring Mountain

Eeden Vineyards

3505 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.942.4274

eedenwines.com

By Appt.

CS, PS

St. Helena

Ehlers Estate

3222 Ehlers Lane, St. Helena

707.963.5972

ehlersestate.com

By Appt.

CF, CS, M, PV, R, SB

Rutherford

Elizabeth Spencer Winery

1165 Rutherford Rd., Rutherford

707.963.6067

elizabethspencerwines.com

Rutherford

Elyse Wine Cellars

2100 Hoffman Lane, Napa

707.944.2900

elysewinery.com

Calistoga

Envy Wines

1170 Tubbs Lane, Calistoga

707.942.4670

envywines.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

Los Carneros

Etude

1250 Cuttings Wharf Road, Napa

707.257.5300

etudewines.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

CS, M, PN

Sonoma Coast

Failla Winery

3530 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.963.0530

faillawines.com

By Appt.

C, PN, Vi

Oakville

Far Niente

1350 Acacia Dr., Oakville

707.944.2861

farniente.com

By Appt.

C, CS

Coombsville

Farella

2222 3rd Ave., #3, Napa

707.254.9489

faillawines.com

By Appt.

CS, M, SB, Sy

Rutherford +2

Fleury Winery

950 Galleron Road Rutherford

707.967.8333

fleurywinery.com

By Appt.

C,CS,PN,Z

Rutherford

Flora Springs Winery

677 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.967.8032

florasprings.com

Daily 10-5pm

C,CS,M,SB

Sonoma AVAs

Folie a Deux

7481 St. Helena Hwy., Oakville

707.944.2565

folieadeux.com

Daily 10-6pm

Mt. Veeder

Fontanella Family Winery

1721 Patrick Road, Napa

707.252.1017

fontanellawinery.com

St. Helena

Forman Vineyards

1501 Big Rock Road, St. Helena

707.963.3900

formanvineyard.com

Rutherford

Franciscan

1178 Galleron Rd., St. Helena

707.967.3830

franciscan.com

Daily 10-5pm

Rutherford

Frank Family Vineyards

1091 Larkmead Lane, Calistoga

707.942.0859

frankfamilyvineyards.com

Daily 10-5pm

Coombsville

Frazier Winery

70 Rapp Lane, Napa

707.255.3444

frazierwinery.com

Rutherford

Freemark Abbey

3022 St. Helena Hwy., St. Helena

707.302.3721

freemarkabbey.com

Daily 10-5pm

Rutherford

Frog’s Leap Winery

8815 Conn Creek Road Rutherford

707.963.4704

frogsleap.com

Daily 10-4pm

C,CS,PS,SB,Z

St. Helena

G Cook

264 N Fork Crystal Springs, St. Helena

707.963.7760

cookwinery.com

By Appt.

CS, M, Z, Gr

Oakville

Gargiulo

575 Oakville Crossroad, Oakville

707.944.2770

gargiulovineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

Coombsville

Ghost Horse

680 Rossi Rd., St. Helena

707.738.4332

ghosthorseworld.com

By Appt.

CS

Diamond Mountain

Girard Winery

6795 Washington St., Yountville

707.968.9297

girardwinery.com

Mt. Veeder

Godspeed

3655 Mt. Veeder Rd., Napa

707.254.7766

godspeedvineyards.webs.com

Yountville

Goosecross Cellars

1119 State Lane, Yountville

707.944.1986

goosecross.com

Rutherford

Grgich Hills Estate

1829 St. Helena Hwy, Rutherford

707.963.2784

grgich.com

Yountville

Groezinger Wine Merchants

6484 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.2331

groezingers.com

Oakville

Groth Vineyards & Winery

750 Oakville Crossroad, Oakville

707.944.0290

grothwines.com

Chiles Valley

Gustavo Thrace Winery

1021 McKinstry St., Napa

707.257.6790

gustavothrace.com

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Phone

Daily 10-6pm By Appt. Daily 10-5pm

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, CF, CS, PG, PN, Ri, SB, Sy C, CS, SB C,CS,PN,Sy,P CS,PN,SB,Sy,Z C,CS,CF,M,Sy,Vi

M, PN, SpW, SpW C,CF,CS,P,WD CF, CS, M, PV, SB, CS, CBSB, DF, PN, PS, Sy, Z

Daily 10-6pm

C,CS,M,PN,R,Sy

By Appt.

C,CS,GR,PS,Sy,Z CS,CBSB,,M,PS,RD,WD

C, CS, M, PN, Z

By Appt.

C, CS, Z

By Appt.

C, CS

By Appt.

Daily 11-7pm By Appt. Daily 10-4:30pm Daily 9:30-4:30 M-Sa 10-6pm By Appt. Daily 11-Close

C, CS, CBSB, M, SB C, CS, P, PN, Sa,Z C, CF, CS, M, PV C, CS, M, PS, SB, Sy, Vi

CBSB, C, CS, PS, SB, Z C, CS C, CS, CF, PG, PN, SB, Sy C, CS, Fume Blanc, M, Z C,CS,M,PN,Sy,Z C,CS,SB Ba, --C, CS, M, PN, PS, R, Sy


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Oak Knoll

Hagafen Cellars

4160 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.252.0781

hagafen.com

St. Helena

Hall Winery

401 St. Helena Hwy, So., St. Helena

707.967.2626

hallwines.com

Calistoga

Hans Fahden Vineyards

4855 Petrified Forest Rd., Calistoga

707.942.6760

Calistoga

Harris Estate

225 Franz Valley School Rd., Calistoga

Stags Leap

Hartwell Vineyards

5795 Silverado Trail, Napa

Stags Leap

HdV

588 Trancas St., Napa

St. Helena

Heitz Wine Cellars

Calistoga

Helena View Johston

Stags Leap

Phone

Website / URL

Tasting Daily 11-4pm

Varietals CF, CS,M,Ri,SB,Sy

Daily 10-5:30pm

CS

hansfahden.com

By Appt.

CS

707.942.1513

harrisestatevineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

707.255.4269

hartwellvineyards.com

By Appt.

CS,SB

707.251.9121

hdvwines.com

By Appt.

436 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.963.3542

heitzcellar.com

Daily 11-4:30

C,CS,CB,Gri, Z

3500 Hwy 128, Calistoga

707.942.4956

helenaview.com

By Appt.

CF, CS, M, CBSB

Hendry

3104 Redwood Rd., Napa

707.226.8320

hendrywines.com

By Appt.

CS, PG, R, Z

Mt. Veeder

Hess Collection Winery

4411 Redwood R., Napa

707.255.1144

hesscollection.com

Yountville

Hill Family Estate

6512 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.9580

hillfamilyestate.com

Rutherford

Honig Vineyard & Winery

850 Rutherford Rd., Rutherford

707.963.5618

honigwine.com

Yountville

hope & grace

6540 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.2500

hopeandgracewines.com

Yountville

Hopper Creek

6204 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.2139

hoppercreek.com

Rutherford

Inglenook Estates

1991 St Helena Hwy, Rutherford

707.968.1161

inglenook.com

Stags Leap

James Cole

5014 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.251.9905

jamescolewinery.com

By Appt.

C, CS, Mal, PV, Ri, Z

Los Carneros

Jarvis Winery

2970 Monticello Rd, Napa

707.255.5280

jarviswines.com

By Appt.

C, CS, CF, M, PV, T

Calistoga

JAX

3468 Hwy 128, Calistoga

415.699.2293

jaxvineyards.com

By Appt.

CF, CS, M

Yountville

Jessup Cellars

6740 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.8523

jessupcellars.com

Daily 10-6pm

Los Carneros

Jocelyn Lonen Winery

5055 Solano Ave., #G, Napa

707.257.2821

lonenwinery.com

By Appt.

Oak Knoll

John Anthony Tasting Lounge

1440 First St., Napa

707.265.7711

johnanthonyvineyards.com

St. Helena

Joseph Phelps

200 Tap Lin Road, St. Helena

707.963.2745

josephphelps.com

By Appt.

C, SBSB, CS, PN, Sy, Vi

Oak Knoll

Judd’s Hill

2332 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.255.2332

juddshill.com

By Appt.

C, PN, PS, R, SB, Z Varies

Daily 10-5:30pm Daily 10-6pm By Appt. 10:30-5:30 By Appt. Daily 10-5pm

10-Midnight

C, Sy

C, CS C, CS, M, PN, SB, Sy CS, SB C, CS, PN, Mal, Ri, SB C, CS, M, SB, Z CF, CS, M, Sy

C, CS, CF, PN, P, PS, Z C, CS, CBSB, Z SB , Sy, CS

Retail

JV Wine & Spirits

301 First St., Napa

707.253.2624

jvwine.com

Fr 5-7pm Sa 1-6pm

Yountville

Kapcsandy Family Winery

1001 State Lane, Yountville

707.948.3103

kapcsandywines.com

By Appt.

CS, M

Spring Mountain

Keenan Winery

3660 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.963.9177

keenanwinery.com

By Appt

C, CS, M, Sy

Yountville

Keever

26 Vineyard View Drive, Yountville

707.944.0910

keevervineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

St. Helena

Kelham

360 Zinfandel Lane, St. Helena

707.963.2000

kelhamvineyards.com

By Appt.

Calistoga

Kenefick Ranch

1371 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga

707.942.1004

kenefickranch.com

St. Helena

Kent Rasmussen Winery

1001 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.963.5667

kentrasmussenwinery.com

By Appt.

M, PN

Atlas Peak

Kenzo Estates

3200 Monticello Rd., Napa

707.254.7572

kenzoestate.com

By Appt.

CBSB, SB

Howell Mountain

Kuleto Estate Family Vineyards

2470 Sage Canyon Rd., St. Helena

707.963.9750

kuletoestate.com

By Appt.

C,CS,R

Howell Mountain

Ladera Vineyards

150 White Cottage Road, Angwin

707.965.2445

laderavineyards.com

By Appt.

PN

Oak Knoll

Laird Family Estate

5055 Solano Ave., Napa

707.257.0360

lairdfamilyestate.com

Calistoga

Larkmead Vineyards

1100 Larkmead Lane, Calistoga

707.942.0167

larkmead.com

By Appt.

Calistoga

Lava Vine Winery

965 Silverado Trail, Calistoga

707.942.9500

lavavine.com

Dailly 10-5pm

Mt. Veeder

Lokoya

7600 St. Helena Hwy., Oakville

707.948.1968

lokoya.com

Rutherford

Long Meadow Ranch Winery

738 Main St., St. Helena

707.963.4555

longmeadowranch.com

St. Helena

Long Vineyards

1535 Sage Canyon Rd., St. Helena

707.963.2496

longvineyards.com

St. Helena

Louis M. Martini

254 St. Helena Highway, St. Helena

707.968.3662

louismartini.com

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

Th-Mo 11-5pm

Daily 10-5pm

By Appt. Daily 11-6pm By Appt. Daily 10-6pm

C, CS, SB, M, PN, R, CBSB, CF, SB

C, CS, M, PG, PN, SB, CBSB CS Rh, CRSB CS CBSB,CS,CS,SB CS CS, Mer, P, PS, R

Appellation Legend Los Carneros Coombsville Wild Horse Valley Mount Veeder Oak Knoll District Yountville Stags Leap Atlas Peak

Oakville Rutherford Saint Helena Spring Mountain Chiles Valley Howell Mountain Diamond Mountain Calistoga

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Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Stags Leap

Luna Vineyards

2921 Silverado Trail, Napa

Phone 707.255.5862

Tasting

Varietals

lunavineyards.com

Website / URL

Daily 10-5pm

CS, M, PG, S Collective C,CS,Do, G,M,PG,R

Collective

Maisonry Napa Valley

6711 Washington St., Yountville

707.944.0889

maisonry.com

Su-Th 10-7pm Fr-Sa 10-10pm

Los Carneros

Madonna Estates

5400 Old Sonoma Rd., Napa

707.255.5585

madonnaestate.com

Daily 10-5pm

Calistoga

Madrigal Vineyards

2718 N. St. Helena Hwy, Calistoga

707-.942.8619

madrigalvineyards.com

By Appt.

CS, M, PS,SB

Coombsville

Marita’s Vineyard

2055 N Avenue, Napa

707.259.5313

maritasvineyard.com

By Appt.

CS

St. Helena

Markham Vineyards

2812 St. Helena Hwy., St. Helena

707.963,5292

markhamvineyards.com

St. Helena

Marston Family Vineyard

3600 White Sulfur Springs Rd., St. Helena

707.963.8490

marstonfamilyvineyard.com

Oak Knoll

Mason Cellars

714 1st Street, Napa

707.255.0658

masoncellars.com

Mt. Veeder

Mayacamas Vineyards

1155 Lokoya Rd., Napa

707.224.4030

mayacamas.com

By Appt.

C, CS, PN, SB

Los Carneros

McKenzie-Mueller Winery

2530 Las Amigas Rd., Napa

707.252.0168

mcKenziemueller.com

By Appt.

C, C, CS, CF, M, Mal, PN, R

St. Helena

Merryvale

1000 Main St., St. Helena

707.963.7777

merryvale.com

Atlas Peak

Michael Mondavi

1285 Dealy Lane, Napa

707.256.2757

michaelmondavifamilyestate.com

Napa Valley

Michael-Scott Wines

2933 Brookwood Dr., Napa

707.226.1622

premierwinebrokers.com

By appt.

Rutherford

Midsummer Cellars

771 Sage Canyon Rd., Rutherford

707.967.0432

midsummercellars.com

By Appt.

St. Helena

Milat Vineyards

1091 St. Helena Hwy. So., St. Helena

707.963.0758

milat.com

Daily 10-5:30

Oakville

Miner Family Vineyards

7850 Silverado Trail, Oakville

707.944.9500

minerwines.com

Daily 11-5pm

St. Helena

Modus Operandi

45 Enterprise Ct., Napa

530.219.6199

moduswines.com

By Appt.

Oak Knoll

Monticello Vineyards Corley Family Napa Valley

4242 Big Ranch Rd., Napa

707.253.2802

corleyfamilynapavalley.com

Chiles Valley

Morlet

818 Chiles Ave., St. Helena

707.967.8690

morletwines.com

Atlas Peak

Moss Creek Winery

6015 Steele Canyon Rd., Napa

707.252.1295

mosscreekwinery.com

Rutherford

Mumm Napa

8445 Silverado Trail, Rutherford

707.967.7700

mummnapa.com

Daily 10-5pm

SpW

Mt. Veeder

Napa Cellars

7481 St. Helena Hwy, Oakville

707 944.2565

napacellars.com

Daily 10-6pm

C, CS, M, PN, Z

Oakville

Napa Wine Company

7830-40 St. Helena Hwy, Oakville

707.944.1710

trnapawineco.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

Howell Mountain

Neal Family Vineyards

716 Liparita Rd, Angwin

707.965.2800

nealvineyards.com

By Appt.

CS,PS,SB,Z

Spring Mountain

Newton Vineyard

2555 Madrona Ave., St. Helena

707.963.9000

newtonvineyard.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M

Spring Mountain

Neyers Vineyards

2153 Sage Canyon Rd., St. Helena

707.963.8840

neyersvineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M,Sy,Z

St. Helena

Nichelini Winery

2950 Sage Canyon Rd, St. Helena

707. 963.0717

nicheliniwinery.com

Sa-Su 10am-5pm

M, PS, SB, R

Oakville

Nickel & Nickel Vineyards

8164 St. Helena Hwy, Oakville

707.967.9600

nickelandnickel.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M,Sy. Z

St. Helena

Nord Estate Wines

1326 Hillview Lane, Napa

707. 945.1094

nordvineyards.com

By Appt.

Oakville

Oakville Ranch Vineyards

7781 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.944.9665

oakvilleranch.com

By Appt.

C,CF,CS

Yountville

O’Brien Estate

1200 Orchard Ave, Napa

707. 252.8463

obrienestate.com

By Appt.

C, CBSB, M

Coomsville

Olabisi

974 Franklin St, Napa

707.257.7477

olabisiwines.com

Daily 12-5:30pm

C, PS, Sy, Z

Su-Th 10-5:30 Fri-Sa 10-8pm

Daily 11-5pm

M

By Appt.

CS

Th-Mo 11-5:30pm

Daily 10-6:30pm Daily 11-5pm

Daily 10-4:30pm

CS, PG, SB

C, CS, PN CS CS,Z CS CS,CH,Z CS, M, PN, PS, Sa CS, R, SB C, CS, CF, M, SpW, Sy

By Appt.

C, CS, PN

By Appt.

CS,M,PS,SB,Z

C,CS,M,PN,SB

Calistoga

OnThEdge / Vermeil Wines

1255 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga

877.668.4334

vermeilwines.com

Oakville

Opus One Winery

7900 St. Helena Hwy., Oakville

707.944.9442

opuswinery.com

St. Helena

Orin Swift Cellars

1352 Main St, St. Helena

707.967.9179

orinswift.com

Collective

Oxbow Wine Merchant

610 First St., Napa

707.257.5200

oxbowwinemerchant.com

Daily 10-close

Various Local Wineries

Yountville

Page Wine Cellars

520 California Blvd. #20, Napa 6505 Washington St, Yountville

707.266.4101 707.255.4665

pagewinecellars.com

Daily 10-6pm By Appt

R

Paloma

4013 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.963.7504

palomavineyard.com

By Appt.

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

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PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

By Appt. By Appt.

CH, CF, PS, SB, Sy, Zy, Sem CBSB CBSB

M, Sy

Appellation Legend Los Carneros Coombsville Wild Horse Valley Mount Veeder Oak Knoll District Yountville Stags Leap Atlas Peak

Oakville Rutherford Saint Helena Spring Mountain Chiles Valley Howell Mountain Diamond Mountain Calistoga


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Website / URL

Tasting

Varietals

Spring Mountain

Palmaz Vineyards

4029 Hagen Rd., Napa

707.226.5587

palmazvineyards.com

By Appt.

C, CS, Ri

Calistoga

Paoletti Estates Winery

4501 Silverado Trail, Calistoga

707.942.0689

paolettivineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CF,CS,CBCB, M,Mal,PV,Sa

Oakville

Paradigm Winery

1277 Dwyer Rd., Oakville

707.944.1683

paradigmwinery.com

By Appt.

cf,cs,m,r,z

Howell Mountain

Paraduxx

7257 Silveraso Trail, Yountville

707.945.0890

paraduxx.com

By Appt.

CBSB

Los Carneros

Patz and Hall Wine Co.

851 Napa Valley Corporate Way, Napa

707.265.7700

patzhall.com

We-Su 10-4pm

C,PN

Spring Mountain

Peacock Family

3100 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.967.0770

Rutherford

Peju Province

8466 St. Helena Highway, Rutherford

800.446.7358

peju.com

Atlas Peak

Phoenix

3175 Dry Creek Rd., Napa

877.374.6364

phoenixranchwines.com

By Appt.

Rutherford

Pina Cellars

8060 Silverado Trail, Rutherford

707.738.9328

pinanapavalley.com

By Appt.

Stags Leap +3

Pine Ridge Vineyards

5901 Silverado Trail, Napa

800.575.9777

pineridgevineyards.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

Oakville

PlumpJack Winery

620 Oakville Cross Rd., Napa

707.954.1200

plumpjackwinery.com

Daily 10-4pm

Chiles Valley

Pope Valley Winery

6613 Pope Valley Rd, Pope Valley

707.965.1246

popevalleywinery.com

By Appt.

St. Helena

Prager Winery & Portworks

1281 Lewelling Lane, St. Helena

707.963.7678

pragerport.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

Spring Mountain

Pride Mountain Vineyards

4026 Spring Mt. Rd., St. Helena

707.963.4949

pridewines.com

By Appt.

Rutherford

Provenance Vineyards

1695 St. Helena Hwy So., Rutherford

707.968.3633

provenancevineyards.com

Rutherford

Quintessa

1601 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.967.1601

quintessa.com

By Appt.

CF,CS,PV,Car

Stags Leap

Quixote Winery

6126 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.944.2659

quixotewinery.com

By Appt.

CS,PS

Rutherford

Raymond Vineyards

849 Zinfandel Ln, Saint Helena

707.963.6929

raymondvineyards.com

Stags Leap

Razi

3106 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.224.4299

raziwinery.com

Los Carneros

Reid Family Wines

1020 Borette Lane, Napa

707.252.4523

reidfamilyvineyards.com

Stags Leap

Regusci Winery

5584 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.254.0403

regusciwinery.com

St. Helena

Revana Family

2930 St. Helena Hwy., St. Helena

707.967.8814

revanawine.com

By Appt.

CS

Diamond Mtn.

Reverie Winery

1520 Diamond Mountain Rd., Calistoga

707.942.6800

reveriewine.com

By Appt.

CF, CS

Oak Knoll District

Reynolds Family Winery

3266 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.258.2558

reynoldsfamilywinery.com

By Appt.

C, CS, CBSB, M, PN

Spring Mountain

Ritchie Creek

4024 Spring Mtn Rd, St. Helena

707.963.4661

ritchiecreek.com

By Appt.

PN, CS

Calistoga

Rios Wine Company

1307A Lincoln Ave., Calistoga

707.942.1376

rioswine.com

Los Carneros

Road 31 Wine Co.

230 Pickwick Dr., Napa

707.649.1200

road31.com

By Appt.

PN

Oak Knoll

Robert Biale Vineyards

4038 Big Ranch Rd., Napa

707.257.7555

robertbialevineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M,Z

Howell Mountain

Robert Craig Winery

625 Imperial Way, Napa

707.252.2250

robertcraigwine.com

By Appt.

C,CS,Z

Oakville

Robert Mondavi Winery

7801 St. Helena Hwy, Oakville

707.968.2001

robertmondavi.com

Daily 10-5pm

Los Carneros

Robert Sinskey Vineyards

6320 Silverado Trail, Yountville

707.944.9090

robertsinskey.com

Stags Leap

Robinson Family Vineyards

5880 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.944.8004

robinsonfamilyvineyards.com

Coombsville

Rocca Family Vineyard

129 Devlin Rd., Napa

707.257.8467

roccawines.com

Los Carneros

Rombauer Vineyards

3522 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.963.5170

rombauer.com

Rutherford

Round Pond

877 Rutherford Crossroad, Rutherford

707.302.2572

roundpond.com

By Appt.

CS

Oakville

Rudd Oakville Estate

500 Oakville Crossroad, Oakville

707.944.8577

ruddwines.com

By Appt.

CS,CF,M,Mal

St. Helena

Rustin Family Vineyards

2798 Spring St., St. Helena

707.967.8025

rustonvines.com

By Appt.

CF, CS

Chiles Valley

Rust Ridge Winery

2910 Lower Chiles Valley Rd., St. Helena

707.965.9353

rustridge.com

By Appt.

C, CS, CBSB, PS, SB, Z

Rutherford

Rutherford Grove

1673 St. Helena Hwy, Rutherord

707.963.0544

rutherfordgrove.com

Rutherford

Rutherford Hill Winery

1680 Silverado Trail, St. Helena

707.968.3200

rutherfordhill.com

Rutherford

Rutherford Ranch Winery

200 Rutherford Hill Rd., Ruthreford

707.968.3200

rutherfordwine.com

Oakville

Saddleback Cellars

7802 Money Rd., Oakville

707.944.1305

saddlebackcellars.com

By Appt.

CS,G,M,PG,Vi,Z

Los Carneros

Saintsbury

1500 Los Carneros Hwy, Napa

707.252.0592

saintsbury.com

By Appt.

C,PN

St. Helena

Salvestrin Vineyard

397 Main St., St. Helena

707.963.5105

salvestrinwinery.com

By Appt.

CBSB,CS,PS,Sa,SB

Rutherford

Sawyer Cellars

8350 St. Helena Hwy, Rutherford

800.818.2252

sawyercellars.com

By Appt.

CS,M,PV,SB,Sy

St. Helena

Schoolhouse Vineyards

3549 Langtry Rd., St. Helena

707.963.4240

schoolhousevineyard.com

By Appt.

C, PN, Sy, Z

Calistoga

Schramsberg

1400 Schramsberg Rd., Calistoga

707.942.4558

schramsberg.com

By Appt.

SpW

Spring Mountain

Schweiger Vineyards

4015 Spring Mtn Rd., St. Helena

707.963.4882

schweigervineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

St. Helena

Seavey Vineyard

1310 Conn Valley Rd., St. Helena

707.963.8339

seaveyvineyard.com

By Appt.

C, M, CS

Phone

By Appt. Daily 10-6pm

Daily 10:30-5:30

C,CF,CS,M,SB,Sy R, Sy, Vi CS C,CS,CBSB,M,R C,CS,M,Sy CS, R, SB, Z P C,CS,M,Sy,Vi CBSB,CF,CS,M,Mal

Daily 10-4pm

C,CS,M,SB

By Appt.

C, CS, Sy

By Appt.

CBSB, P, Sy, Z

Daily 10-5pm

Daily 10:30-6pm

C,CS,M,Z

C,CS,R,Ri,Z

C,CS,FB, PN

Daily 10-4:30pm

CS,CF,M,PG,PN

By Appt.

CF,CS,M,Mal,Sy

By Appt.

CS,M,Sy

Daily 10-5pm

Daily 10-4:30pm Daily 10-5pm Daily 10-4:30pm

CS, M, Z

CS C, CF, CS, M, Mal, PV, R, Z C, CS, M, PN, SB,Z

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Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Phone

Website / URL

Rutherford

Sequoia Grove

8338 St. Helena Hwy, Rutherford

707.944.2945

sequoiagrove.com

Tasting

Stags Leap

Shafer Vineyards

6154 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.944.2877

shafervineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,M,Rh

Spring Mountain

Sherwin Family Vineyards

4060 Spring Mtn Rd., St. Helena

707.963.1154

sherwinfamilyvineyards.com

By Appt.

CS

Oak Knoll

Signorello Estate

4500 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.255.5990

signorelloestate.com

Fri-Su 10-5pm

Stags Leap

Silverado Vineyards

6121 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.257.1770

silveradovineyards.com

Daily 10-5pm

Mt. Veeder

Sky Vineyards

1500 Lokoya Rd., Napa

707.935.1391

skyvineyards.com

By Appt.

R, Sy, Z

Spring Mountain

Smith Madrone

4022 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.963.2283

smithmadrone.com

By Appt.

C, CS

Coombsville

Sodaro Estate

24 Blue Oak Lane, Napa

707.975.6689

sodarowines.com

By Appt.

Calistoga

Solovino

1334 Lincoln Ave., #B, Calistoga

707.942.1276

rioswine.com

Chiles Valley

Somerston

6488 Washington St, Yountville 3450 Sage Canyon Rd, St. Helena

707.967.8414

somerstonwineco.com

Coomsville

Spelletich

425 Gateway Rd. West, Napa

707.363.5757

St. Helena

Spottswoode Winery

1902 Madrona Ave., St. Helena

707.963.0134

Spring Mountain

Spring Mt. Vineyard

2805 Spring Mt. Rd., St. Helena

St. Helena

St. Clement

St. Helena

St. Helena Wine Center

St. Helena

Daily 10:30-5

Daily 10:30-Close

Varietals C,CF,CS, G,M,SB

C,CS,M,PN,SB,Sy,Z C,CS,M,Sa, SB,R

CS, Mal C, CS

Daily 10-10pm By Appt.

Gre, PN, Sy, Vi

spellwine.com

By Appt.

C, CS, M, PN, P

spottswoode.com

By Appt.

CS,SB

707.967.4188

springmountainvineyard.com

By Appt.

C,CS,PN,SB,Sy

2867 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.265.5000

stclement.com

1321 Main St., St. Helena

707.963.1313

shwc.com

St. Helena Winery

100 Pratt Ave., St. Helena

707.967.9463

sthelenawinery.com

Rutherford

St. Supery Vineyards/Winery

8440 St. Helena Hwy, Rutherford

707.963.4533

stsupery.com

Rutherford

Staglin Family Vineyard

1570 Bella Oaks Ln Rutherford

707.963.3994

staglinfamily.com

Stags Leap

Stags Leap

5766 Silverado Trail, Napa

866.422.7523

cask23.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

Stags Leap

Stelzner Vineyards

55998 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.252.7272

stelxner.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

Calistoga

Sterling Vineyards

1111 Dunaweal Lane, Calistoga

707.942.3345

sterlingvineyards.com

Daily 10-5pm

Daily 10-5pm

C, CS, SB

Daily By Appt. Daily 10-5pm By Appt.

CS C,CF,CBSB,M Mal,SB,Muskat C,CBSB,CS,Sa C,CS,M,SB CF,CL,CS,M,PN, Pinotage, Claret C,CF,CS,M,Musk,Pr,Ri,Z

Napa Valley

Stonehedge Winery

1009 Clinton St., Napa

800.929.4974

stonehedgewinery.com

Tu-Th 12-6pm Fri-Sat 12-8pm

St. Helena

Stony Hill Vineyard

3331 St. Helena Way, St. Helena

707.963.2636

stonyhillvineyard.com

By Appt.

C, G, Ri

Calistoga

Storybook Mountain

3835 Hwy 128, Calistoga

707.942.5310

storybookwines.com

By Appt.

CS, Vi,Z

Rutherford

Sullivan Vineyards

1090 Galleron Road St. Helena

707. 963.9646

sullivanwine.com

By Appt.

CS,G,Mal,Mus,PN

CBSB,CS,M

Daily 10:30-5:30pm

C,CH,CS, Muskat,PS,Z

By Appt.

CS,P,PS,R,Z

Calistoga

Summers Estate Wine

1171 Tubbs Lane, Calistoga

707.942.5508

summerswinery.com

Howell Mountain

Summit Lake Vineyards

2000 Summit Lake Dr, Angwin

707.965.2488

summitlakevineyards.com

St. Helena

Sutter Home

277 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.963.3104

sutterhome.com

Rutherford

Swanson Vineyards

1271 Manly Lane, Rutherford

707.967.3500

swansonvineyards.com

St. Helena

Tallulah

1043 Vallejo St., Napa

707.843.1823

tallulahwines.com

Oakville

Tamber Bey

1234 Adams St., St. Helena

707.968.5345

tamberbey.com

Su-Th 12-7pm Fr-Sa 12-9pm

Daily 10-5pm

C, CS, CB, G, M, PG

By Appt.

CS, M

By Appt.

C, CS, Sy

Daily 10-6pm

C, CS, M

Collective

Taste at Oxbow

708 First St., Napa

707.265.9600

tasteatoxbow.com

Stags Leap

Taylor Family Wines

5991 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.255.3593

taylorfamilyvineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CF,CS,SB

Calistoga

Teachworth

4451 St. Helena Hwy, Calistoga

707.942.8432

teachworthcabs.com

By Appt.

CS

Calistoga

Tedeschi Family

2779 Gran St., Calistoga

707.337.5526

tedeschifamilywinery.com

By Appt.

PN

Spring Mountain

Terra Valentine

3787 Spring Mountain Rd., St. Helena

707.967.8340

terravalentine.com

By Appt.

CS,PN,Sa,SB

Rutherford

The Terraces

1450 Silverado Trail, Rutherford

707.963.1707

terraceswine.com

By Appt.

CS

Coombsville

Tetra

3105 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.226.8589

tetrawine.com

By Appt.

CF, CS, M, PV

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

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PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

Appellation Legend Los Carneros Coombsville Wild Horse Valley Mount Veeder Oak Knoll District Yountville Stags Leap Atlas Peak

Oakville Rutherford Saint Helena Spring Mountain Chiles Valley Howell Mountain Diamond Mountain Calistoga


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Website / URL

Tasting

Varietals

Calistoga

Tofanelli Family

1212 Pine St., Calistoga

707.942.6504

tofanelliwine.com

By Appt.

Ch, PS, Z

Calistoga

Tom Eddy Wines

3870 Hwy 128, Calistoga

707.942.4267

tomeddywines.com

By Appt.

CS

Napa

Trahan Winery

974 Franklin St., Napa

707.257.7477

trahanwinery.com

Oak Knoll

Trefethen Vineyards

1160 Oak Knoll Ave., Napa

707.255.7700

trefethen.com

Rutherford

Tres Sabores Winery

1620 S. Whitehall Lane, St. Helena

707.967.8027

tressabores.com

St. Helena

Trespass Vineyard

1859 Hillview Place, St. Helena

707.963.0804

trespassvineyard.com

Rutherford

Trinchero Napa Valley

3070 N. St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.963.1160

trincheronapavalley.com

Daily 10-5pm

Los Carneros

Trinitas Cellars

875 Bordeaux Way, Napa

707.251.1956

trinitascellars.com

Daily 11-7pm

Los Carneros

Truchard

3234 Old Sonoma Rd., Napa

707.253.7153

truchardvineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,PN,Sy

Coombsville

Tulocay Winery

1426 Coombsville Rd, Napa

707.255.4064

tulocay.com

By Appt.

C, M, Z

Oakville

Turnbull Wine Cellars

8210 St. Helena Hwy, Oakville

707.963.5839

turnbullwines.com

Collective

Twenty Rows

880 Vallejo St., Napa

707.265.7750

twentyrows.com

Calistoga

Twomey Cellars

1183 Dunaweal Lane, Calistoga

800.505.4850

twomey.com

Collective

Uncorked at Oxbow

605 1st Street, Napa

707.927.5864

uncorked-at-oxbow.com

Collective

V Madrone

3199 St. Helena Hwy N., St. Helena

877.994.6311

vmadrone.com

Yountville

V Wine Cellars

6525 Washington St., Yountville

707.531.7053

vwinecellar.com

Daily 10-7pm

Various

St. Helena

V. Sattui

1111 White Lane, St. Helena

707.963.7774

vsattui.com

Daily 9-5pm

C, CS, M, Ri, R, Z

Oak Knoll

Van Der Heyden Vineyards

4057 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.257.0130

vanderheydenvineyards.com

By Appt.

Varies

St. Helena

Varozza Vineyards

514 Pratt Ave., St. Helena

707.963.0331

varozzavineyards.com

By Appt.

CS, PS

Calistoga

Venge Vineyards

4708 Silverado Trail, Calistoga

707.942.9100

vengevineyards.com

By Appt.

C,CS,PN,Sy,Z

Yountville

Verismo

6795 Washington St., #C, Yountville

707.944.9463

verismowines.com

Howell Mountain

Viader Vineyards

1120 Deer Park Rd., Deer Park

707.963.3816

viader.com

By Appt.

CBSB,CF,PV,Sy,T

Atlas Peak

Vin Roc

4015 Atlas Peak Road, Napa

707.265.0943

vinrocnapa.com

By Appt.

CS

Calistoga

Vincent Arroyo Winery

2361 Greenwood Ave., Calistoga

707.942.9100

vincentarroyo.com

By Appt.

CS, PS, PS Port

Oakville

Vine Cliff Wines

7400 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.944.1364

vinecliff.com

By Appt.

C,CS

St. Helena

Vineyard 7 & 8

4028 Spring Mountain Rd, St. Helena

707.963.9425

vineyard7and8.com

By Appt.

C, CS

St. Helena

Vineyard 29

2929 St. Helena Way, St. Helena

707.967.5440

vineyard29.com

By Appt.

CS, CF, PN, SB, Z

Collective

Vintners Collective

1245 Main St., Napa

707.255.7105

vintnerscollective.com

Oakville

Viviani Vineyards

2800 Jefferson St., Napa

707.265.1940

viviani.com

By Appt.

CS

Chiles Valley

Volker Eisele Vineyard

3080 Lower Chiles Valley Rd, St. Helena

707.965.9485

volkereiselefamilyestate.com

By Appt.

CF, CS, CBSB, Z

Stag’s Leap

Volta

3108 Silverado Trail, Napa

707.501.4060

voltawine.com

By Appt.

CS

Diamond Mountain

Von Strasser Winery

1510 Diamond Mt. Rd., Calistoga

707.942.0930

vonstrasser.com

By Appt.

CS,Z,GruneVeltliner

Calistoga

W.H. Smith

1307 Lincoln Ave. #B, Calistoga

707.942.1194

whsmithwines.com

Atlas Peak

Whetstone Wine Cellars

1130 Main St., Napa

707.254.0600

whetstonewinecellars.com

St. Helena

Whitehall Lane

1563 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.963.9454

whitehalllane.com

Coombsville

Whitford Cellars

4047 East 3rd Ave., Napa

707.942.0840

whitfordcellars.com

By Appt.

C, PN, Sy

By Appt.

CS

Phone

Daily 11-6pm Daily 10-4:30pm

PN, PV C, CS, M, Ri

By Appt.

CS,SB,Z

By Appt.

CF, Z

Daily 10-4:30pm

CF,CS,M,PV,SB C, PN, Z

CF, CS, PS, SB

By Appt.

Varioous

M-Sa 9-5pm Su 11-5pm

M, P, SB

Daily 11-Close

Various

By Appt.

Daily 10-7pm

Daily 11-6pm

Daily 10:30-5:30 By Appt. Daily 10-5:45pm

CS

M

90 varietals

PN C, PN, Vi CS, SB

St. Helena

William Cole Vineyards

2849 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena

707.963.6100

williamcolevineyards. com

Rutherford

William Harrison Vineyard

1443 Silverado Trail S., St. Helena

707.963.8310

whwines.com

Atlas Peak

William Hill Estates

1761 Atlas Peak Road, Napa

707.265.3024

williamhillestate.com

Calistoga

Wine Garage

713 Washington St. Suite B, Calistoga

707.942.5332

winegarage.net

Collective

Wineries of Napa Valley

1285 Napa Town Center, Napa

707.253.9450

Mt. Veeder

Wing Canyon Vineyard

3100 Mt. Veeder Rd., Napa

707.265.8798

wingcanyonvineyard.com

St. Helena

X Winery

1405 Second St., Napa

707.204.9522

xwinery.com

Mt. Veeder

Yates Family

3104 Redwood Rd., Napa

707.226.1800

yatesfamilyvineyard.com

Los Carneros

Young Ridge

945 Lincoln Ave., Napa

707.265.8400

youngridge.com

By Appt.

CS, Z

Calistoga

Zahtilla Vineyards

2250 Lake County Hwy, Calistoga

707.9429251

zahtilavineyards.com

Daily 10-5pm

CS,Z

Rutherford

ZD Wines

8383 Silverado Trail, Rutherford

707.963.5188

zdwines.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

C,CS,PN

Daily 11-5pm By Appt.

C,CS,CF,PN C, Mer

W-Sa 11-6pm

Ca,CS,PS,Sy,Vi,Z

Daily 11-6pm

Various

By Appt. W-M 11-6pm By Appt.

CS C, CBSB, SB CS

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Sonoma County Wine Appellations ROC

KPI

LE

CLOVERDALE

DRY CREEK VALLEY

FORT ROSSSEAVIEW

HEALDSBURG

KNIGHTS VALLEY CHALK HILL

A M

NO

SO

RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY

ALEXANDER VALLEY

T

AS

CO

GREEN VALLEY

BODEGA BAY

60,000 acres of land within Sonoma County planted to Winegrapes.

16,000 12,000 acres of land planted to Chardonnay, Sonoma County’s leading variety

acres of land planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County’s leading red variety

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SANTA ROSA

BENNETT VALLEY

PETALUMA

SONOMA MOUNTAIN SONOMA VALLEY

SONOMA

LOS CARNEROS


Pedroncelli Winery Estate Vineyards Photo by Ed St. John (www.facebook.com/stjohnpics)

Directory of Sonoma County Wineries Alphabetical listing of all tasting rooms including their varietals

Names are color coded to match the color on the map (see previous page) indicating appellation. Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Website / URL

Dry Creek

A. Rafanelli Winery

4685 West Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg

707.433.1385

arafanelliwinery.com

Chalk Hill

Acorn Winery

12040 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg

707.433.6440

acornwinery.com

Sonoma Coast

Adobe Road Winery

1995 S. McDowell Blvd.,Petaluma

707.939.7967

adoberoadwines.com

Daily 11-7pm

C, CF, CS, M, P, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Z

Sonoma Valley

Adobe Road Winery

481 1st St. West, Sonoma

707.939.9099

adoberoadwines.com

Daily 11-7pm

C, CF, CS, M, P, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Z

Green Valley

Adrian Fog Winery

2064 Gravenstein North, Sebastopol

707.431.1174

adrianfog.com

By Appt.

Dry Creek

Alderbrook Winery

2306 Magnolia Dr., Healdsburg

707.433-5987

alderbrook.com

Daily 10am-5pm

Chalk Hill

Albini Family Winery

886 Jensen Lane, Windsor

707.838-9249

albinifamilyvineyards.com

Alexander Valley

Alexander Valley Vineyards

8644 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.7209

avvwine.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CF, CRSB, CS, G, M, PN, R, Sa, Sy, Vi, Z

Dry Creek

Amista Winery

3320 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.9200

amistavineyards.com

Th-Mo 11-4:30pm

C, CS, R, Sy, Z

Dry Creek

Amphora Wines

4791 Dry Creek Rd, Bldg 6, Healdsburg

707.431.7767

amphorawines.com

Daily 11-4:30pm

C, CF, CS, M, Mal, PN, PS, Sa, SB, SY, Z

Los Carneros

Anaba Winery

60 Bonneau Rd., Sonoma

707.996.4188

anabawines.com

Daily 11am-5pm

Sonoma Coast

Annapolis Winery

26055 Soda Springs Rd., Annapolis

707.886.5460

annapoliswinery.com

Alexander Valley

Arbios Cellars/Praxis

Tasting at LOCALS Tasting Room: 21023 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.539.5641

arbioscellars.com

Alexander Valley

Archipel Winery

4611 Thomas Rd., Healdsburg

800.296.1952

archipelwines.com

Russian River Valley

Arista Winery

7015 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.473.0606

aristawinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

Dry Creek

Armida Winery

2201 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.2222

armida.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, G, PG, PN, SB, Z

Sonoma Valley

Arrowood Vineyards

14347 Sonoma Hwy, Glen Ellen

707.935.2600

arrowoodvineyards.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, CS, RB, Vi

Russian River Valley

Artiste Winery

439 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

707.433.1920

artistewinery.com

Daily 11-5:30pm

CBSB, CRSB, CTSB

Green Valley

Atascadero Creek Winery

Tasting at Graton Ridge Winery 3561 Gravenstein Hwy No, Sebastopol

707.824.8204

atascaderocreek.com

Fr-Su 10-4:30pm

M, P, PN, R, SB, Sy, Z

Sonoma Valley

Audelssa Estate Winery

13647 Arnold Dr., Glen Ellen

707.933.8514

audelssa.com

Fr-Su 11am-5pm

CS, CBSB, CRSB, Sy

Sonoma Valley

B. R. Cohn Winery

15000 Sonoma Hwy, Glen Ellen

800.330.4064

brcohn.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, M, P, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Z

bwisevineyards.com

We-Mo 11-6pm; Tue 3-6pm

CS

Phone

707.935.1200

Tasting

Varietals

By Appt.

CS, M, Z

By Appt.

CF, Do, Sa, Sy, Z

By Appt.

PN C, Ca, P, PN, PG, SB, Sy, Z M, Z

R, RB, C, Vi, P, PN

Daily 12-5pm

C, CS, G, P, PN, R, SB, Sy, Z

Daily 11am-6pm

CS, M, PN, R, PN, SB, Sy, Vi

By Appt.

CBSB G, PG, PN, Z

Sonoma Valley

B. Wise Vineyards/Trios/Brion

Russian River Valley

Balletto Vineyards

5700 Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa

707.568.2455

ballettovineyards.com

Daily 10am-4pm

C, G, PG, PN, R, Sy, Z

Sonoma Valley

Bartholomew Park Winery

1000 Vineyard Ln., Sonoma

707.939.2274

bartpark.com

Daily 11-4:30pm

CS, M, SB, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Battaglini Estate Winery

2948 Piner Rd., Santa Rosa

707.578.4091

battagliniwines.com

Dry Creek

Bella Vineyards

9711 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.473.9171

bellawinery.com

Russian River Valley

Benovia Winery

3339 Hartman Rd., Santa Rosa

707.526.4441

benoviawinery.com

Sonoma Valley

Benziger Family Winery

1883 London Ranch Rd., Glen Ellen

707.935.3000

benziger.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, CSBB, M, P, PN, PS, R, SB, SY, WD, Z

Sonoma Valley

Blackstone Winery

8450 Sonoma Hwy (Hwy 12), Kenwood

707.833.1999

blackstonewinery.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

CBSB, CS, M, Mal, PG, PN, PS, Ri, SB, Sy, Z

Sonoma Valley

Bonneau Wines

23001 Arnold Dr., Sonoma

707.695.2097

bonneauwine.com

Sonoma Valley

Buena Vista Carneros

18000 Old Winery Rd., Sonoma

707.938-1266

buenavistawinery.com

35 E. Napa St., Sonoma

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

By Appt Daily 11-4:30pm By Appt

C, PS, Z Ps, R, Sy, Z C, PN, Z

Daily 10-5pm

C, CS, Mal, Mer, Z

Daily 10am-5pm

C, M, PG, PN, Sy

Appellation Legend Alexander Valley Bennett Valley

Rockpile Russian River Valley

Dry Creek Valley

Los Carneros Sonoma Valley

Fort Ross - Seaview Green Valley Knight’s Valley Chalk Hill

Sonoma Coast Sonoma Mountain

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Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Dry Creek

Camellia Cellars

57 Front St., Healdsburg

Website / URL

Phone 707.433.1290

Tasting

Varietals

camelliacellars.com

Daily 11am-6pm

CS, CTSB, Do, PS, Sa, SB, Sy, Z

Th-Mo 11-6pm; Tu-We 4-6pm

multiple wineries

Sonoma Valley

Cellar Door Tasting Room

1395 Broadway, Sonoma

707.938.4466

sonomacellardoor.com

Alexander Valley

Cellar No. 8 at Asti Winery

26150 Asti Rd., Cloverdale

707.265.5490

cellarno8.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CS, CSRB, M, PS, R, SB, Z

Sonoma Valley

Cellars of Sonoma

133 Fourth St., Santa Rosa

707.578.1826

cellarsofsonoma.com

Daily 10am - 7pm

multiple wineries

Chalk Hill

Chalk Hill Estate Winery

10300 Chalk Hill Rd., Healdsburg

707.838.4306

chalkhill.com

By Appt Th-Mo 11-6pm Tu-We 4-6pm

C, CBSB, CS, M, PG, S, SB, Sy

Sonoma Valley

Chandelle Winery

1395 Broadway, Sonoma

707.938-5862

chandellewinery.com

Sonoma Valley

Charles Creek Vineyards

483 First St. West, Sonoma

707.935.3848

charlescreek.com

Daily 11am-6pm

C, CBSB, CS, Gr, M, R, Sy

Su-Th 11-6pm; Fr-Sa 11-7pm

C, CF, CS, M, Sy, Z C, CF, CS, M, Sy, Z

C, CBSB, CS, SB, WD

Healdsburg Plaza

Chateau Felice Tasting Room

223 Center Street, Healdsburg

707.431.9010

chateaufelice.com

Chalk Hill

Chateau Felice Winery

10603 Chalk Hill Rd., Healdsburg

707.836.9011

chateaufelice.com

By Appt

Sonoma Valley

Chateau St. Jean Winery

8555 Sonoma Hwy. (Hwy 12), Kenwood

707.833.4134

chateaustjean.com

Daily 10-5pm

Sonoma Valley

Christie Vineyards

9380 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood

707.433.0100

christievineyards.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

C, CF, CS, M, SB, Z

Russian River Valley

Christopher Creek Winery

641 Limerick Ln, Healdsburg

707.433.2001

christophercreek.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, P, PS, Sy, Vi, Z

Sonoma Valley

Cline Cellars

24737 Arnold Drive (Hwy. 121),Sonoma

707.940.4030

clinecellars.com

Daily 10am-6pm

G, Mar, PG, R, RB, RD, Sy, Vi, Z

Alexander Valley

Clos du Bois Winery

19410 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.857.3100

closdubois.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, Ca, CBSB, M, PG, PN, R, Ri, SB, Sy, Z

Dry Creek

Collier Falls Vineyards

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg 9380 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood

707.433.0100

collierfalls.com

Daily 10:30-4:30 Daily 10:30-5pm

CBSB, CS, Pr, PS, Z

Sonoma Valley

Coturri Winery

6725 Enterprise Rd., Glen Ellen

707.525.9126

coturriwinery.com

By Appt

At Vintners Square

D’Argenzio Winery

1301 Cleveland Ave, Suite A, Santa Rosa (at Santa Rosa Vintner’s Square)

707.546.2466

dargenziowine.com

Daily 11-5pm

Dry Creek

Dashe Cellars

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.443.0100

dashecellars.com

Dry Creek

David Coffaro Winery

7485 Dry Creek Rd., Geyserville

707.433.9715

coffaro.com

Sonoma Valley

David Noyes Wines

9380 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood

707.935.7741

davidnoyeswines.com

Russian River Valley

Davis Family Vineyards

52 Front Street, Healdsburg

707.433.3858

daviswines.com

Daily 11-5pm

C, CS, PN, Ri, SB, Sy, Z C, CBSB, CRSB, CS, M, PG, PN, Pr, R, SB, Sy, Vi, Z C, CS, G, M, PN, R, SB, Sy, Z

Daily 10:30-4:30 Daily 11-4pm Daily 10:30-5pm

C, CF, CS, G, M, Mal, PB, PN, SB, Vi

Ba, Ca, CRSB, CS, CTSB, M, PN, Pr, PS, R, Sa, SB, Sy, Z CS,PN,PS,Sa,Z,D’Amarone,Tocai, Friolani, Muscata di Fresco, Rosatto di Loiodice CS, M, Ri, Z Ba, Ca, CBSB, CS, PS, RB, SB, Z C, PN, Z

Alexander Valley

De La Montanya Vineyards

999 Foreman Ln., Healdsburg

707.433.3711

dlmwine.com

Sa-Su 11-5pm; Mo-Fr by appt

Russian River Valley

De Loach Vineyards

1791 Olivet Rd., Santa Rosa

707.526.9111

deloachvineyards.com

Daily 10-5pm

Sonoma Valley

Deerfield Ranch Winery

10200 Hwy. 128, Kenwood 1310 Warm Springs Rd., Glen Ellen

707.833.5215

deerfieldranch.com

Alexander Valley

deLorimier Winery

2001 Hwy. 128, Geyserville

800.546.7718

delorimierwinery.com

Dry Creek

Deux Amis Winery

1960 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.7945

deuxamiswines.com

By Appt

PN, PS, Z

Dry Creek

Domaine Danica Winery

1960 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.573.1141

domainedanica.com

By Appt

C, PN, Z

Russian River Valley

Domaine St. George Winery

1141 Grant Ave., Healdsburg

707.433.5508

domainestgeorge.com

By Appt

C, CS, M, SB, Sy, Z

Alexander Valley

Domenichelli Wines

91 South Jefferson St., Cloverdale

707.894.8577

domenichelliwines.com

By Appt

PS, Z

By Appt Daily 10:30-5pm

C, CS, M, PN, Sa, SB, Sy, WD, Z C, CBSB, CS, M, SB

Sonoma Valley

Donum Estate

35 E. Napa St., Sonoma

707.935.1200

thedonumestate.com

We-Mo 11-6pm; Tu 3-6pm

Sonoma Valley

Dreyer Sonoma

35 E. Napa St., Sonoma

707.935.1200

dreyerwine.com

We-Mo 11-6pm; Tue 3-6pm

C, CS, M

Dry Creek

Dry Creek Vineyard

3770 Lambert Bridge Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.1000

drycreekvineyard.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

C, CBSB, ChB, CS, M, RD, SB, WD, Z

Dry Creek

Dutcher Crossing Winery

8533 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

866.431.2711

dutchercrossingwinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, M, P, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Z

Green Valley

Dutton Estate Winery

8757 Green Valley Rd., Sebastopol

707.829.9463

duttonestate.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, PN, SB, Sy, WD, Z

Green Valley

Dutton-Goldfield Winery

3100 Gravenstein Hwy No., Sebastopol

707.823.3887

duttongoldfield.com

Daily 10am-4pm

C, G, PB, PN, Sy, Z

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

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PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

C, CS, PN, R

Appellation Legend Alexander Valley Bennett Valley

Rockpile Russian River Valley

Dry Creek Valley

Los Carneros Sonoma Valley

Fort Ross - Seaview Green Valley Knight’s Valley Chalk Hill

Sonoma Coast Sonoma Mountain


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Sonoma Valley

Enkidu Wines

21684 Eighth St. East, #444, Sonoma

707.939.3930

enkiduwines.com

Sonoma Valley

Eric Ross Winery

14300 Arnold Dr., Glen Ellen

707.939.8525

ericross.com

Thur-Mon 11-5pm

C, Ca, CRSB, Mar, P, PN, Sy, Vi, Z

Dry Creek

Everett Ridge Winery

435 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

888.474.7456

everettridge.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CRSB, CS, P, PN, PS, R, SB, Sy, Z

Dry Creek

F. Teldeschi Winery

3555 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.6626

teldeschi.com

Dry Creek

Family Wineries Tasting Rm

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg 9380 Sonoma Hwy. (Hwy 12), Kenwood

888.433.6555

familywines.com

Daily 10:30-4:30 Daily 10:30-5

Multiple Wineries

Sonoma Valley

Favero Vineyards

35 E. Napa St., Sonoma

707.935.3939

faverovineyards.com

We-Mo 11-6pm; Tu 3-6pm

CS, CTSB, Sa, WD

Dry Creek

Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery

8761 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.6700

ferrari-carano.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CS, M, PG, PN, RD, Sa, SB, Sy, WD, Z

Alexander Valley

Field Stone Winery

10075 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.7266

fieldstonewinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

Dry Creek

Fisher Vineyards

6200 St. Helena Rd., Santa Rosa

707.539.7511

fishervineyards.com

Russian River Valley

Foppiano Vineyards

12707 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg

707.433.7272

foppiano.com

Daily 11am-6pm

C, PN, R, PS, SB

Fr-Su 11-4:30pm; Mo-Th by appt

C, CBSB, CS, CTSB, PN, Z

Phone

Website / URL

Tasting By Appt

Daily 12-5pm

By Appt

Varietals PN, PS, R, RB, Sy

C, CBSB, CF, CRSB, CS, M, P, PN, PS, Sy, WZ, Z

C, CS, M, P, PS, R, Sa, SB, Vi C, CSBB, CS, M, Sy

Forchini Vineyards / Winery

5141 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.8886

forchini.com

Fort Ross-Seaview

Fort Ross Vineyards

15725 Meyers Grade Road Jenner

707.847.3460

fortrossvineyard.com

Dry Creek

Forth Vineyards

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.0100

forthvineyards.com

Sonoma Coast

Freestone Vineyards

12747 El Camino Bodega, Freestone

707.874.1010

freestonevineyards.com

Alexander Valley

Francis Ford Coppola Winery

300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville

707.857.1462

franciscoppolawinery.com

Dry Creek

Frick Winery

23072 Walling Rd., Geyserville

707.857.1980

frickwinery.com

Sonoma Valley

Friendly Dog Winery

9575 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.833.6131

friendlydogwinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

CBSB, Sa, Z

Alexander Valley

Fritz Underground Winery

24691 Dutcher Creek Rd., Cloverdale

800.418.9463

fritzwinery.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

C, CS, PN, R, SB, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Gallo Family Vineyards

320 Center St., Healdsburg

707.433.2458

gallofamily.com

Daily 10am-6pm

Alexander Valley

Garden Creek Vineyards

2335 Geysers Rd., Geyserville

707.433.8345

gardencreekvineyards.com

Russian River Valley

Gary Farrell Vineyards

10701 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.473.2900

garyfarrell.com

Alexander Valley

Geyser Peak Winery

22281 Chianti Rd., Geyserville

707.857.9400

geyserpeakwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CS, M, Mal, P, SB, Sy, Vi, Z

Los Carneros

Gloria Ferrer Caves & Winery

23555 Arnold Dr. (Hwy. 121), Sonoma

707.933.1917

gloriaferrer.com

Daily 10-4:45pm

C, M, PN, R, SpW, Sy

Dry Creek

Göpfrich Estate Vineyard

7462 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.1645

gopfrich.com

Dry Creek

Daily 10 – 5 Daily 10:30-4:30 Fr-Su, 11-5pm Daily 11-5pm Sa-Su 12-4:30pm

By Appt Daily 11am-4pm

By Appt

C, P, Pi CS, R, SB, Sy C, PN, R C, CS, M, Mal, PG, PN, SB, Sy, Vi, Z Ca, Ci, CRSB, Gr, M, R, Sy, Vi

Ba, C, CS, M, P, PG, PN, PV, S, Sy, Z C, CBSB C, CBSB, CS, M, PN, SB, Z

CS, M, R, Sy, Z

Sonoma Coast

Gourmet Au Bay Tasting Room

913 Highway 1, Bodega Bay

707.875.9875

gourmetaubay.com

Daily 11-7pm Fri & Sat 11-8pm

Russian River Valley

Graton Ridge Cellars

3561 Gravenstein Hwy. N., Sebastopol

707.823.3040

gratonridge.com

Fr-Su 10-4pm

Sonoma Valley

Gundlach Bundschu Winery

2000 Denmark St., Sonoma

707.938.5277

gunbun.com

Alexander Valley Russian River Valley

Hanna - Alexander Valley Hanna - Santa Rosa Estate

9280 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg 5353 Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa

707.431.4310 707.575.3371

hannawinery.com

Russian River Valley

Hartford Family Winery

8075 Martinelli Rd., Forestville

707.887.8010

hartfordwines.com

Alexander Valley

Hart’s Desire Wines

53 Front Street, Healdsburg

707.433.3097

hartsdesirewines.com

Russian River Valley

Harvest Moon Winery

2192 Olivet Rd., Santa Rosa

707.573.8711

harvestmoonwinery.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

CS, G, PN, SpW, Z

Healdsburg Plaza

Hauck Cellars Tasting Room

223 Center St.,Healdsburg (downtown)

707.473.9065

hauckcellars.com

Fr-Tu 11:30-5pm

CS, PS, CS,Meritage

Alexander Valley

Hawkes Winery

6734 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.4295

hawkeswine.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, M

Dry Creek

Hawley Vineyards / Winery

6387 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.2705

hawleywine.com

By Appt

C, CS, M, PN, PS, Vi, Z

Sonoma Valley

Highway 12 Wines

21692 Eighth St. East, Sonoma

707.939.1048

highway12winery.com

By Appt

C, CBSB, M

Los Carneros

Homewood Winery

23120 Burndale Rd., Sonoma

707.996.6353

homewoodwinery.com

Daily 10am-4pm

C, CF, CS, M, P, PN, PS, PV, SB, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Hook & Ladder Winery

2134 Olivet Rd., Santa Rosa 104 N. Main St., Sebastopol

707.526.2255

hookandladderwinery.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, CBSB, CF, CS, CTSB, G, M, P, PN, R, SB, WZ, Z

Russian River Valley

Hop Kiln Winery

6050 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.6491

hopkilnwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CRSB, Gr, PN, SB, Z

Russian River Valley

Huntington Wine Cellars

53 Front St., Healdsburg

707.433.5215

huntingtonwine.com

Th-Tu 11am-5pm

Alexander Valley

Icaria Creek Winery

27750 Asti Rd, Cloverdale

707.486.9623

icariawinery.com

Sonoma Valley

Imagery Estate Winery

14335 Hwy. 12, Glen Ellen

707.935.4515

imagerywinery.com

Mo-Fr 10-4:30pm Sa-Su 10-5pm

Ba, CBSB, CF, CS, CRSB, Gr, M, Mal, P, PG, PS, PV, R, Sa, Vi, WD, Z

Russian River Valley

Inman Family Wines

5793 Skylane Blvd., Windsor

707.395.0689

inmanfamilywines.com

Fri-Sat 11-4pm; Sun-Thu by appt

PG, PN

Russian River Valley

Inspiration Vineyards

2040 Olivet Rd., Santa Rosa

707.237.4980

inspirationvineyards.com

By Appt

Green Valley

Iron Horse Vineyards

9786 Ross Station Rd., Sebastopol

707.887.1507

ironhorsevineyards.com

Daily 10-3:30pm

Daily 11-4:30pm Daily 10am-4pm Daily 10-4:30pm By Appt

By Appt

Multiple Wineries C, PN, SB, WD, Z C, CF, CS, G, M, PN, R, Sy, Z CBSB, CF, CS, Mal, SB, PN, R, Sy, Z C, PN, Z C, CF, CS, M, PN, SB, Sy, Z

C, CS, M, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Z CS, PS

C, CS, PN, R, Sy, Vi, Z C, CBSB, PN, SpW

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Winery/Vineyard

Address

Russian River Valley

John Tyler/ Bacigalupi

4353 Westside Road, Healdsburg

707.473.0115

johntylerwines.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

Alexander Valley

J. Rickards Winery

24505 Chianti Rd., Cloverdale

707.758.3441

jrwinery.com

Tu-Sa 11-4:30pm

CBSB, CS, Mal, P, PS, R, SB, WD, Z

Russian River Valley

J Vineyards and Winery

11447 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg

707.431.3646

jwine.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, PG, PN, SpW, Vi, WD Z

Los Carneros

Jacuzzi Family Vineyards

24724 Arnold Drive (Hwy 121), Sonoma

707.931.7575

jacuzziwines.com

Daily 10:30-5:30

Ba, CS, C, Do, M, N, PG, PN, Pr, Sa

Alexander Valley

Johnson’s Alexander Valley

8333 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.2319

johnsonavwines.com

Daily 11am-4pm

Alexander Valley

Jordan Vineyard & Winery

1474 Alexander Valley Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.5250

jordanwinery.com

Alexander Valley

Joseph Family Vineyards

10300 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.3131

josephfamilyvineyards.com

Phone

Website / URL

Tasting

Varietals PN, Sy, Z

C, CS, PS, Ri, Z

By Appt

C, CS

By Appt

CS

Sa-Su 11-4:30pm Mon-Fri by appt

Russian River Valley

Joseph Swan Vineyards

2916 Laguna Rd., Forestville

707.573-3747

swanwinery.com

Alexander Valley

Kachina Vineyards

1900 Oak Hollow Rd., Cloverdale

707.894.2431

kachinavineyards.com

By Appt

C, CS, P, Z

Sa-Su 11-4pm; MoFr by appt

C, CBSB, PN

CRSB, G, PG, PN, Sy, Z

Sonoma Coast

Kastania Vineyards

4415 Kastania Rd., Petaluma

707.763.6348

kastaniavineyards.com

Sonoma Valley

Kaz Vineyard & Winery

233 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood

707.833.2536

kazwinery.com

Sonoma Coast

Keller Estate Winery

5875 Lakeville Hwy., Petaluma

707.765.2117

kellerestate.com

Russian River Valley

Kendall-Jackson

5007 Fulton Rd., Fulton 337 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

707.571.8100

kj.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CF, CS, M, Mal, P, PN, R, Ri, SB, Sy,WD, Z

Sonoma Valley

Kenwood Vineyards

9592 Sonoma (Hwy. 12), Kenwood

707.833.5891

kenwoodvineyards.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, CS, G, M, PN, R, SB, SpW, Sy, WZ, Z

Fri-Mon 11-5pm By Appt

Daily 10:304:30pm

CF, CS, Gr, P, PS, SB, Z C, PG, PN, R, Sy

Dry Creek

Kokomo Winery

4791 Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg

707.433.0205

kokomowines.com

Russian River Valley

Korbel Champagne Cellars

13250 River Rd., Guerneville

707.824.7000

korbel.com

At Vintners Square

Krutz Family Cellars

1301 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa (at Santa Rosa Vintner’s Square)

707.536.1532

krutzfamilycellars.com

Sonoma Valley

Kunde Winery & Vineyards

9825 Sonoma Hwy (Hwy. 12), Kenwood

707.833.5501

kunde.com

Daily 10:30am4:30pm

Ba, C, CBSB, CS, G, M, Pr, RB, RD, Sa, SB, Sy, Vi, Z

Russian River Valley

La Crema Winery

235 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

800.314.1762

lacrema.com

Daily 10:30-5:30

C, PG, PN, R, Sy, Vi

Dry Creek

Lago di Merlo Vineyards

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.473.0146

lagodimerlo.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

Ba, CS, CTSB, M, PG, Sa, SB, Z

Sonoma Valley

Lake Sonoma Winery

777 Madrone Road, Glen Ellen

800.750.9463

lakesonomawinery.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

Ba, C, CS, P, Sa, SB, SpW, Z

Dry Creek

Lambert Bridge Winery

4085 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.9600

lambertbridge.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

C, CBSB, CF, CS, M, PS, SB, PV, Vi, Z

Chalk Hill

Lancaster Estate

15001 Chalk Hill Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.8178

lancaster-estate.com

Sonoma Valley

Landmark Vineyards

101 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood

707.833.0053

landmarkwine.com

Los Carneros

Larson Family Winery

23355 Millerick Rd., Sonoma

707.938.3031

larsonfamilywinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CF, CS, G, M, PG, PN, PS, R, Sy, Z

Alexander Valley

Laurel Glen Vineyards

Tasting at LOCALS Tasting Room: 21023 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.526.3914

laurelglen.com

Daily 11am-6pm

CS

Sonoma Valley

Ledson Winery & Vineyards

7335 Sonoma Hwy. (Hwy. 12), Kenwood

707.537.3810

ledson.com

Daily 10am-5pm

Ba, C, Ca, CBSB,CF, CRSB, CTSB, CS,M, Mal, P, PN, PS, PV, Ri, Sa, SB, WD,WZ, Z

Russian River Valley

Limerick Lane Cellars

1023 Limerick Ln., Healdsburg

707.433.9211

limericklanewines.com

Daily 10am-5pm

PN, R, Sy, WD, Z

C, CS, M, Mal, PN, Sy, Z

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, CS, PN, SpW, Z

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, Mal, PN, Syr

By appt Daily 10:30-4:30

CBSB, CS, SB C, PN, Sy

Sonoma Valley

Little Vineyards Winery

15188 Sonoma Highway, Glen Ellen

707.996.2750

littlevineyards.com

Thurs-Mon 114:30

Alexander Valley

LOCALS Tasting Room

21023 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.857.4900

tastelocalwines.com

Daily 11am-6pm

Multiple Wineries

We-Mo 11am6pm

Cs, M, PN, SB, Sy

CS, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Longboard Vineyards

5 Fitch St., Healdsburg

707.433.3473

longboardvineyards.com

Sonoma Valley

Loxton Cellars

11466 Dunbar Rd., Glen Ellen

707.935.7221

loxtonwines.com

By Appt.

Russian River Valley

Lynmar Estate

3909 Frei Rd., Sebastopol

707.829.3374

lynmarwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, PN, R, Sy Vi

Sonoma Valley

Macrae Family Winery

9380 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.833.5070

slcellars.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

C, CS, M, PN

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

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PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

C, CS, P, PN, R, Sy, Z

Appellation Legend Alexander Valley Bennett Valley

Rockpile Russian River Valley

Dry Creek Valley

Los Carneros Sonoma Valley

Fort Ross - Seaview Green Valley Knight’s Valley Chalk Hill

Sonoma Coast Sonoma Mountain


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Phone

Website / URL

Tasting

Varietals CBSB, CS, R, Z CS, M, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Z

Sonoma Valley

Madrone Ridge Winery

35 E. Napa St., Sonoma

707.935.1200

madroneridgewines.com

Wed-Mon 11am6pm; Tue 3-6pm

Alexander Valley

Manzanita Creek Winery and Tasting Room

1441A Grove St., Healdsburg 35 E. Napa St., Sonoma

707.433.4052 707.935.1200

manzanitacreek.com

Wed-Sat 11-4pm; Sun-Tue by appt

Russian River Valley

Marimar Estate Vineyards

11400 Graton Rd., Sebastopol

707.823.4365

marimarestate.com

Daily 11am-4pm

C, PN

Russian River Valley

Martin Ray Winery

2191 Laguna Rd., Santa Rosa

707.823.2404

martinray-winery.com

Daily 11am- 5pm

C, CS, G, M, PG, PN, R, Ri, SB, Z

Russian River Valley

Martinelli Winery

3360 River Rd., Windsor

707.525.0570

martinelliwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

Bennett Valley

Matanzas Creek Winery

16097 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa

707.528.6464

matanzascreek.com

Daily 10-4:30

Russian River Valley

Matrix Winery

3291 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.1911

matrixwinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CBSB, PN, Z Ba, C, CBSB, CF, CS, G, M, Mal, PG, PN, PS, Sa, SpW, Sy, Vi, WD, Z

C, PN, SB, Sy, WD, Z C, CS, M, P, PN, R, SB, Sy

Sonoma Valley

Mayo Family Winery

13101 Arnold Dr., Glen Ellen 9200 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood (Reserve Rm)

707.938.9401 707.833.5504

mayofamilywinery.com

Daily 10:30-6:30 Th-Mo 11-6;TuW 4-6

Dry Creek

Mauritson Family Winery

2859 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.0804

mauritsonwines.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CS, PS, SB, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Mazzocco Vineyards

1400 Lytton Springs Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.8159

mazzocco.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, M, Z

Chalk Hill

Medlock Ames

13414 Chalk Hill Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.8845

medlockames.com

By appt

C, CS, M, SB Ba, C, Ca, CF, CBSB, CS, M, PS, PV, Sy, R, WD, Z

Alexander Valley

Meeker Vineyard

21035 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.431.2148

meekerwine.com

Mo-Sa 10:30am6pm, Sun 12-5pm

Alexander Valley

Mercury Geyserville

21015 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.857.9870

mercurywine.com

Th-Mo 11-6pm By appt Tu/Wed

G, PB,PN, CBSB

Alexander Valley

Merriam Vineyards

11650 Los Amigos Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.4032

merriamvineyards.com

Daily 10am - 5pm

C, CS. CF, M,Dunnsden, Miktus

Russian River Valley

Merry Edwards Winery

2959 Gravenstein Highway No., Sebastopol

707.823.7466

merryedwards.com

Dry Creek

707.433.7427

michelschlumberger.com

Michel-Schlumberger Winery

4155 Wine Creek Rd., Healdsburg

Russian River Valley Dry Creek

Mietz Cellars

602 Limerick Lane, Healdsburg 4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.7103

Dry Creek

Mill Creek Vineyards

1401 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

Dry Creek

Montemaggiore

Sonoma Valley

Moon Mountain Vineyard

Sonoma Valley

Daily 9:304:30pm By appt

PN C. CBSB, CS, M, PB, PN, Sy

mietzcellars.com

By appt Daily 10:30-4:30

C, CS, M, PN, PV, SB, Z

707.431.2121

millcreekwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CS, G, M, P, SB, R, Sy, Z

2355 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.9499

montemaggiore.com

By appt

Sy

1700 Moon Mountain Dr., Sonoma

707.996.5870

moonmountainvineyard.com

By appt

C, CF, CS, M, P, PV, SB, Sy, Z

Moondance Cellars

9575 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.833.6131

moondancecellars.com

Daily 11am-5pm

CS, M, PN, WZ, Z

Russian River Valley

Moshin Vineyards

10295 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.5499

moshinvineyards.com

Daily 11-4:30pm

C, CBSB, M, PN, PS, SB, Sy, WD, Z

Dry Creek

Mounts Family Winery

3901 Wine Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.292.8148

mountswinery.com

Russian River Valley

Murphy-Goode Winery

20 Matheson St., Healdsburg

707.431.7644

murphygoodewinery.com

Daily 10:30-5:30

Sonoma Valley

Muscardini Cellars

8910 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.833.0526

muscardinicellars.com

Daily 11am-6pm

Dry Creek

Mutt Lynch Winery

1960 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.942.6180

muttlynchwinery.com

By appt

Dry Creek

Nalle Winery

2383 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.1040

nallewinery.com

Sat 12-5pm Sun-Fri by appt

Los Carneros

Nicholson Ranch Vineyards

4200 Napa Rd., Sonoma

707.938.8822

nicholsonranch.com

Daily 10am-6pm

Sonoma Coast

Novy Family Wines

980 Airway Ct., Ste. C, Santa Rosa

707.578.3882

novyfamilywines.com

By appt

C, Gr, Sy, Vi, WD, Z

Alexander Valley

Optima Winery

498 Moore Ln, Unit C, Healdsburg

707.431.8222

optimawinery.com

By appt

C, CS, P, PS, Z

Dry Creek

Papapietro Perry Winery

4791 Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg

707.433.0422

papapietro-perry.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

PN, Z

Sonoma Valley

Paradise Ridge Winery

4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa 8860 Sonoma Highway, Kenwood

707.528.9463 707.282.9020

prwinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, M, PN, SB, SpW, Sy, WD, Z

Dry Creek

Passalacqua Winery

3805 Lambert Bridge Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.5550

passalacquawinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, Pr, Sa, SB, Z

Alexander Valley

Pastori Winery

23189 Geyserville Ave., Cloverdale

707.857.3418

NA

Russian River Valley

Paul Hobbs Winery

3355 Gravenstein Hwy. North, Sebastopol

707.824.9879

paulhobbswinery.com

Alexander Valley

Pedroncelli Winery

1220 Canyon Rd., Geyserville

707.857.3531

pedroncelli.com

Daily 10am-4:30

C, CS, M, P, PN, PS, Sa, SB, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Pellegrini Family Vineyards

4055 West Olivet Rd., Santa Rosa

800.891.0244

pellegrinisonoma.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

C, Ca, CBSB, CS, M, PN, R, SB, Z

Russian River Valley

Peters Family Winery

2064 Hwy. 116 N., Suite 102, Sebastopol

707.829.3111

petersfamilywinery.com

Dry Creek

Peterson Winery

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Bldg. 7, Healdsburg

707.431.7568

petersonwinery.com

Dry Creek

Pezzi-King Vineyards

3225 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.473.4310

pezziking.com

Dry Creek

Philip Staley Vineyards

4791 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.1291

staleywines.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

Gr, P, S, SB, Sy, Vi

Russian River Valley

Porter Creek Vineyards

8735 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.6321

portercreekvineyards.com

Daily 10:30-4:30

C, Ca, PN, Sy, Vi, Z

Portalupi

tasting at Locals Tasting Room 21023 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

Alexander Valley

707.481.5357

Sa-Su 11-5pm; Mo-Fr by appt

Daily

portalupiwine.com

By appt

By appt Daily 11-4:30pm By appt

Daily 11am-6pm

CS, PS, Sy, Z C, CS, M, Mal, PV, SB, Z Ba, CTSB, Sa, Sy C, CS, M, PS, SB, Sy, Z C, PN, Z C, M, PN, Sy

M, Z C, CS, PN, Sy

C, CS, PN, S CRSB, CS, PS, Sa, SB, Sy, WD, Z C, CS, M, PN, SB, Sy, Z

Ba, PN, Z

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Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Dry Creek

Preston of Dry Creek

9282 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.3372

prestonvineyards.com

Website / URL

Daily 11-4:30pm

Ba, Ca, Ci, CRSB, PS, R, SB, Sy, Vi, Z

Dry Creek

Quivira Vineyards

4900 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.8333

quivirawine.com

Daily 11am-5pm

Gr, PS, R, SB, Sy, Z

Alexander Valley

Ramazzotti Wines

Tasting at LOCALS Tasting Room: 21023 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.857.3428

ramazzottiwines.com

Daily 11am-6pm

C, CTSB, R, Sa, Sy, Z

Los Carneros

Ram’s Gate Winery

28700 Arnold Dr. Sonoma

707.721.8700

ramsgatewinery.com

Sonoma Valley

Ravenswood Winery

18701 Gehricke Rd., Sonoma

707.933.2332

ravenswood-wine.com

Dry Creek

Raymond Burr Vineyards

8339 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.8559

raymondburrvineyards.com

Russian River Valley

Red Car Winery

8400 Graton Road, Sebastopol

707.829.8500

redcarwine.com

Alexander Valley

Rezonja Wine Cellars

31969 Pine Mountain Rd., Cloverdale

707.431.1449

rezonjawinecellars.com

By appt

CRSB, PN

Phone

Tasting

Daily 10-6pm Daily 10-4:30pm

Varietals

C, CS, Mos, PN, SpW, Sy, Z Ca, CF, CS, G, M, P, PS, R, Sy, Z

Daily 11-5pm

C, CF, CS, P

Daily 10-4:30pm

C, PN, R, Sy CBSB, CF, CS, M, Mal, PV

Sonoma Valley

Richardson Vineyards

1395 Broadway, Sonoma

707.938.4466

sonomacellardoor.com

Th-Mo 11-6pm; Tu-Wed 4-6

Alexander Valley

Ridge Vineyards

650 Lytton Springs Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.7721

ridgewine.com

Daily 11am-4pm

C, Ca, CBSB, Gr, PS, Sy, Z

Sonoma Valley

Ridgeline Vineyards

23570 Hwy. 121, Sonoma

707.934.4087

ridgelinevineyards.com

Daily 10am-5pm

CS, M

Russian River Valley

River Road Vineyards

5220 Ross Rd., Sebastopol

707.887.8130

riverroadvineyards.com

By appt

C, CS, M, PN, Sy

Sonoma Valley

Robert Hunter Winery

15655 Arnold Dr., Sonoma

707.996.3056

roberthunterwinery.com

By appt

C, CS, PN, SpW

Russian River Valley

Robert Rue Vineyard

1406 Wood Road, Fulton

707.578.1601

robertruevineyard.com

By appt

Alexander Valley

Robert Young Estate Winery

4960 Red Winery Rd., Geyserville

707.431.4811

ryew.com

Los Carneros

Robledo Family Winery

21901 Bonness Rd., Sonoma

707.939.6903

robledofamilywinery.com

Daily 10-4:30pm By appt

Z C, CS, M C, CS, M, P, PB, PG, PN, PS, SB, Sy, WD, Z

Los Carneros

Roche Carneros Estate

122 West Spain St., Sonoma

707.935.7115

rochewinery.com

Su-We 11-6pm Fr-Sa 11-7pm

Russian River Valley

Rochioli Vineyards

6192 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.2305

rochioliwinery.com

Th-Mon 11-4pm; Tue-Wed by appt

C, PN, SB

Russian River Valley

Rodney Strong Vineyards

11455 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg

707.431.1533

rodneystrong.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CS, M, P, PN, SB, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

Rosenblum Cellars

250 Center St., Healdsburg

707.431.1169

rosenblumcellars.com

Daily 10am-6pm

C,CBSB,CRSB,Gr,M,PN,PS,RD,Sy,Vi, WD, Z

Sonoma Valley

Roessler Winery

380 First St., Sonoma

707.933.4440

roesslercellars.com

Daily 11am-6pm

C, PN, Ri

Alexander Valley

Route 128 Vineyards

21079 Geyserville Ave. #2, Geyserville

707.696.0004

route128winery.com

Thu-Mo 11-6pm

CS, PN, R, Sy, Vi, Z

Dry Creek

Rued Winery

3850 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.3261

ruedvineyards.com

Daily 11-4:30pm

C, CS, PN, SB, Z

Russian River Valley

Russian Hill Estate Winery

4525 Slusser Rd., Windsor

707.575.9428

russianhillestate.com

Daily 10am-4pm

C, P, PN, Sy

Russian River Valley

Russian River Vineyards

5700 Gravenstein Hwy., Forestville

707.887.3344

russianrivervineyards.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, G, M, PN, Sy, Z

Bennett Valley

Sable Ridge Vineyards

6320 Jamison Rd., Santa Rosa

707.542.3138

sableridge.com

By appt

Alexander Valley

Sapphire Hill Winery

51 Front Street #4, Healdsburg

707.431.1888

sapphirehill.com

Daily 11-4:30pm

C, PN, RD, Sy, Z

Alexander Valley

Sausal Winery

7370 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.2285

sausalwinery.com

Daily 10am-4pm

CS, CTSB, PS, Sa, Z

Dry Creek

Sbragia Family Vineyards

9990 Dry Creek Rd., Geyserville

707.473.2992

sbragia.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, M, SB, Z

Los Carneros

Schug Carneros Estate

602 Bonneau Rd., Sonoma

707.939.9363

schugwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CF, CS, M, PN, SB, SpW

Sonoma Valley

Sebastiani Vineyards

389 Fourth St. East, Sonoma

707.933.3230

sebastiani.com

Daily 10am-5pm

BA, C, CS, M, PN, RD, SpW, WD, Z

Alexander Valley

Seghesio Family Vineyards

14730 Grove St., Healdsburg

707.433.7764

seghesio.com

Daily 10am-5pm

CTSB, PG, PN, Z

Russian River Valley

Selby Winery

215 Center St., Healdsburg

707.431.1288

selbywinery.com

Daily 11-5:30pm

C, CS, M, Mal, P, PN, PS, R, SB, Sy, Z

At Vintners Square

Sheldon Winery

(at Santa Rosa Vintner’s Square) 1301 Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa

707.865.6755

sheldonwines.com

Sonoma Coast

Siduri Wines

980 Airway Ct., Ste. C, Santa Rosa

707.578.3882

siduri.com

Alexander Valley

Silver Oak Cellars

24625 Chianti Rd., Geyserville

707.857.3562

silveroak.com

Bennett Valley

Silver Pines Vineyards

5164 Sonoma Mountain Rd., Bennett Valley

707.576.1833

silverpinesvineyards.com

Alexander Valley

Simi Winery

16275 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

707.473.3232

simiwinery.com

Wine Varietals Legend

Ba Barbera C Chardonnay Ca Carignane Car Carmenere CBSB California Bordeaux Style Blend CF Cabernet Franc Ch Charbono ChB Chenin Blanc Ci Cinsault CRSB California Rhone Style Blend CTSB California Tuscan Style Blend CS Cabernet Sauvignon Do Dolcetto

FB Fume Blanc G Gewurztraminer Gr Grenache Gri Grignolino M Merlot Mal Malbec Mar Marsanne N Nebbiolo PB Pinot Blanc PG Pinot Gris-Grigio

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PN Pinot Noir PS Petite Sirah PV Petite Verdot P Port Pr Primitivo RD Red Dessert Wine Ri Riesling R Rose RB Rhone Blend S Semillon

Sa Sangiovese SB Sauvignon Blanc SpW Sparkling Wine Sy Syrah-Shiraz T Tempranillo Vi Viognier WD White Dessert Wine WZ White Zinfandel Z Zinfandel

Fr-Mo 12-6pm & By appt By Appt. Mo-Sa 9-5pm By appt Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, M, PN, R, RD, WD, Z

CBSB, PS, Sy, Vi, Z

C, PN, PS, R Vi PN CS PN, R, SB, Sy, WD C, CS, M, PG, PS, R, SB, Vi, WD, Z

Appellation Legend Alexander Valley Bennett Valley

Rockpile Russian River Valley

Dry Creek Valley

Los Carneros Sonoma Valley

Fort Ross - Seaview Green Valley Knight’s Valley Chalk Hill

Sonoma Coast Sonoma Mountain


Appellation

Winery/Vineyard

Address

Phone

Website / URL

Tasting

Alexander Valley

Soda Rock Winery

8015 Highway 128, Healdsburg

707.433.3303

sodarockwinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

C,CF,CS,M,SB,Z

Sonoma Valley

Sonoma Enoteca

35 East Napa St., Sonoma

707.935.1200

sonomaenoteca.com

We-Mo 11-6pm

multiple wineries

Sonoma Valley

Sonoma Valley Portworks

613 2nd St., Petaluma 9575 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood (tasting room)

707.769.5203 707.833.6131

portworks.com

Mon-Sat 12-5pm Daily 11am-5pm

P, RD, WD

Multiple

Sophie’s Cellars

25179 Hwy 116, Duncans Mills

707.865.1122

SophiesCellars.com

Th-Su-Mo 11-5pm Fri-Sat 11-7pm

multiple wineries

Alexander Valley

Souverain at Asti Winery

26150 Asti Post Office Road., Cloverdale

707.265.5490

souverain.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, M, P, PN, PS, SB, Sy, Vi, Z

Sonoma Valley

Spann Vineyards

9380 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.933.8343

spannvineyards.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

CRSB, CS, CTSB, M, Sy

Sonoma Valley

St. Francis Winery

100 Pythian Rd., Santa Rosa

707.833.0242

stfranciswinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CBSB, CF, M, P, PS, R, SB, Sy, Z

Alexander Valley

Stonestreet Alexander Mtn Est.

2011 Stonestreet Winery, Healdsburg

800.355.8008

stonestreetwines.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, SB, CS, M

Alexander Valley

Stryker Sonoma Winery

5110 Hwy. 128, Geyserville

707.433.1944

strykersonoma.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

C, CF, CS, M, Mal, PV, S, Sy, Z, Sa

Alexander Valley

Stuhlmuller Vineyards

4951 West Soda Rock Ln., Healdsburg

707.431.7745

stuhlmullervineyards.com

By appt

Varietals

C, CS, Z

Russian River Valley

Sunce Winery and Vineyard

1839 Olivet Rd., Santa Rosa

707.526.9463

suncewinery.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

Ba, C, CBSB, CF, CS, CTSB, M, Sa, Mal, P, PN, SB, Sy, Z

Green Valley

Taft Street Winery

2030 Barlow Ln., Sebastopol

707.823.2049

taftstreetwinery.com

Mo-Fr 11am-4pm, Sa-Su 11-4:30pm

C, G, M, PG, PN, R, SB, Sy, Vi, Z

Dry Creek

Talty Vineyards and Winery

7127 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.8438

taltyvineyards.com

Fri-Mo 12-4pm

Z

Russian River Valley

Tara Bella Winery

3701 Viking Rd., Santa Rosa

707.544.9049

tarabellawinery.com

By appt

CS

Multiple

Thirty Four North Wine Merch.

34 North Street, Healdsburg

707.478.0808

thirtyfournorth.com

Daily 10am-6pm

multiple wineries

Russian River Valley

Thomas George Estates

8075 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.8031

thomasgeorgeestates.com

Daily 11am-5pm

PN, SB, V, Vi, Z

Russian River Valley

Thumbprint Cellars

102 Matheson, Healdsburg

707.433.2393

thumbprintcellars.com

Daily 11am-6pm

CBSB, CF,CRSB,CS,M,P, PN, R, SB,Sy, Vi, Z

Russian River Valley

Toad Hollow Vineyards

409A Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

707.431.8667

toadhollow.com

Daily 10:30-5:30

C, CS, CTSB, M, PN, R, SB, SpW, Z

Alexander Valley

Trentadue Winery

19170 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

707.433.3104

trentadue.com

Daily 10am-5pm

CBSB, CS, M, P, PS, R,Sa,SB,SpW,Sy, Z

Dry Creek

Truett-Hurst Winery

5610 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.9545

martinfamilyvineyards.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, SB, PS, R, Z

Mo-Sa 10-5p; Su 11-5

Russian River Valley

Twomey Cellars

3000 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

800.505.4850

twomeycellars.com

Sonoma Valley

Ty Caton Vineyards

8910 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.833.0526

tycaton.com

Dry Creek

Unti Vineyards and Winery

4202 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.5590

untivineyards.com

Sonoma Valley

Valley of the Moon Winery

777 Madrone Rd., Glen Ellen

707.996.6941

valleyofthemoonwinery.com

Daily 10-4:30pm

Ba,C,CBSB,CS,PB,P, PN, R, Sa, SpW, Sy, Z C, CS, PN, R, Sy, Z C, Mal, PN, PS, R, SB, SpW, Sy, Vi, WD

Daily 11am-6pm By appt

M, PN, SB Ba, C, CBSB, CS, M, Mal, PS, R, RD, Sy Ba, CTSB, Gr, PS, R, Sa, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

UPTick Vineyards

9050 Windsor Road,Windsor

707.837.5630

uptickvineyards.com

Tu-Sun 11- 6pm Mon By appt

Alexander Valley

Valdez Family Winery

595 Santana Dr, Suite A, Cloverdale

707.894.3710

valdezfamilywinery.com

Sat 11-4pm Fr & Mo By appt

Alexander Valley

Veritas Ridge

118 North Street, Healdsburg

707.395.0307

grapes2greatness.com

Alexander Valley

Vérité Winery

4611 Thomas Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.9000

veritewines.com

Los Carneros

Viansa Winery

25200 Arnold Dr., Sonoma

707.935.4726

viansa.com

Dry Creek

Vineyard of Pasterick

3491 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.4655

pasterickwine.com

Sonoma Valley

VJB Vineyards and Cellars

9077 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

707.833.2300

vjbcellars.com

Daily 10am-5pm

Ba, C, CS, P, Pr, Sa, Sy, Z

Russian River Valley

V.M.L. Russian River Winery

4035 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

707.431.4419

VMLwine.com

Daily11am-5pm

C, PN

Alexander Valley

Vintor’s Signature

4001 Hwy. 128, Geyserville

707.857.3300

vintnerssignatures.com

Daily 10:30-5pm

SB, C, Mal,CS,Z, RB

Alexander Valley

Wattle Creek Winery

25510 River Rd., Cloverdale

707.894.5166

wattlecreek.com

Sonoma Valley

Wellington Vineyards

11600 Dunbar Rd., Glen Ellen

707.939.0708

wellingtonvineyard.com

Su-Th 11-6pm Fr-Sa 11-8pm By appt Daily 10-5pm By appt

By appt Daily 11am-5pm

C, CS, M, SB CBSB Ba,C,CF,CTSB,CS,N,PG,RD,Sa,Sy,Pr,WD Sy

C, Mal, PN, PS, R, SB, SpW, Sy, Vi, WD C, CS, G, Mal, P, R, SB, SY, WD, Z

Sonoma Valley

Westwood Winery

11 East Napa St., Sonoma

707.935.3246

westwoodwine.com

Th-Mo 11-5pm Tu-We 1-5pm

Alexander Valley

White Oak Vineyards

7505 Hwy. 128, Healdsburg

707.433.8429

whiteoakwinery.com

Daily 10am-5pm

C, CS, M, SB, Sy

Russian River Valley

Williamson Wines

134 Matheson St., Healdsburg

707.433.1500

williamsonwines.com

Daily 11am-7pm

C, CBSB, CS, M, Mal, PN, Sy, Vi

Dry Creek

Wilson Winery

1960 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.4355

wilsonwinery.com

Daily 11am-5pm

CBSB, CF, CS, M, PS, RD, Sy, Z

Dry Creek

Windsor Vineyards

308 B Center Street, Healdsburg

707.921.2893

windsorvineyards.com

Daily 11am-7pm

C,Ca,ChB,CS,G,Ma,M,P,PG,Ri,R,Sa,SpW,Vi,Z

Th-Mo 11-5pm Tu-We by appt.

Multiple Wineries

CRSB, PN, R, Sy

At Vintners Square

WineYard, The

1305-A Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa

707.595.1488

santarosawineyard.com

Dry Creek

Yoakim Bridge Winery

7209 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.8511

yoakimbridge.com

Russian River Valley

Woodenhead Winery

5700 River Road, Santa Rosa

707.887.2703

woodenheadwine.com

Th-Mo 10:30-4:30

PN, RB, SpW, Z

Dry Creek

Zichichi Vineyard

8626 West Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg

707.433.4410

zichichifamilyvineyard.com

Daily 11-4:30pm

CS, PS, Z

Fr-Su 11-4pm

CS, M, Sy, Z

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Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country

In 1976 what some call the true renaissance of American craft brewing emerged with the founding of The New Albion Brewery in Sonoma, by homebrew enthusiast Jack McAuliffe. Finding brewing equipment non-existent, he salvaged what he could from scrap yards, and built much of his equipment by hand, assembling his piecemeal gravity flow brewery in a former agricultural warehouse. Jack lived in a loft above the brewery. While this brewery went out of business after about 6 years, there were hundreds of homebrewers that were inspired and followed in Jack’s footsteps. The breweries they started have led to the revolution of better tasting beer that is so prevalent in Northern California today. The Brewers Association (BA), the trade association representing small and independent brewers, recently released 2012 data on U.S. craft brewing. Craft brewers saw volume rise 15 percent, with an increase in dollars of 17%. Across the U.S. 2,403 total breweries operated for some or all of 2012, the highest total since the 1880s. •brewersassociation.org. Sonoma County boasts some great microbreweries: Dempsey’s and Lagunitas in Petaluma, Russian River Brewing , Third Street Aleworks and Moonlight Brewing in Santa Rosa; Stumptown Brewery in Guerneville, Bear Republic in Healdsburg; Ruth McGowan’s in Cloverdale; Sonoma Springs in Sonoma Valley; plus nano-brewers Old Redwood Brewing Company in Windsor, solar powered Woodfour Brewery and Warped Brewery, both to be located at The Barlow in Sebastopol. Lagunitas Brewing offers a great tour of its Northeast Petaluma facility. You will start with some history and tastings, then end your tour with the beer of your choice in their Tap Room and Beer Sanctuary. Sample the famous IPA, Little Sumpin’ Wild Ale, Brown Shugga and many limited production ales you won’t find anywhere else. Or just go straight for the 8% Hop Stoopid! Walking Tours happen Wed-Fri at 3:00 & 5:00, Sat-Sun 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00. Tasting Tours are weekdays at 3 pm. Lagunitas also serves up an eclectic mix of live music and hearty paninis in their beer garden. 1280 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. 707-778-8776. •lagunitas.com Dempsey’s Brewery is Sonoma County’s oldest brewery, now celebrating their 20th year. Stop in and sample their Red Rooster Ale, Ugly Dog Stout, Sonoma Irish Ale, Galaxy IPA or Petaluma Strong Ale. Complement it with a burger or other pub fare, while you relax on their riverside patio. 50 E. Washington Street (Golden Eagle Shopping 60 Wine Country • Go to www.101things.com/winecountry

Center), Petaluma. •707 765-9694 •dempseys.com Moonlight Brewery was started in rural Santa Rosa in 1992 by Brian Hunt. Small by most all comparisons, the brewery has capacity for about 1000 barrels per year. Whereas the original brewery was in a converted tractor barn, today it’s house in a building built in 2003 for the brewery. Currently all the beers are only sold in kegs and can be found in San Francisco, the East Bay and North Bay counties. Mendocino and Lake Counties have a few spots, and there are rare sightings in Santa Cruz, Seal Beach, and San Diego. While there is currently no tasting location, you can find their signature Death & Taxes, Lunatic Lager and Reality Czeck in many restaurants and breweries in this area. •moonlightbrewing.com The Russian River Brewing Company (RRBC) was originally owned by Korbel Champagne Cellars in Guerneville, California and was founded on their historic and beautiful property amidst vineyards and redwoods near the Russian River. When Korbel decided to get out of the beer business in 2003, they generously offered the brewmaster, Vinnie Cilurzo and his wife Natalie the rights to the brand. While at Korbel, Vinnie started experimenting with brewing beers in wine barrels (he had just one barrel at the time) and created RRBC’s flagship beer, Pliny the Elder. Pliny the Elder is brewed with Amarillo, Centennial, CTZ, and Simcoe hops. It is well-balanced with malt, hops, and alcohol, slightly bitter with a fresh hop Taste Pliny the Elder at aroma of floral, citrus, Russian River Brewing Co. and pine. The origin of the name? “Pliny, the man, lived in the first century- 23 to 79 A.D. According to our brewing references, he and his contemporaries either created the botanical name or at least wrote about Lupus salictarius, or hops, currently known as Humulus lupulus. That was a very early reference to an important part of any Double IPA!” The reputation for Pliny the Elder has grown exponentially since it was unveiled in a Double IPA Festival in the year 2000. This year, on the first friday of February, RRBC unveiled Pliny the Younger, their first Triple IPA! Enthusiasts lined up for blocks to taste this well balanced, Pub draft only, VERY limited distribution ale. Drop in to their 4th Street location and order a sampler. They have 18 beers on tap, including their well-known Damnation (10.75% alcohol, triple-aged with oak chips), Blind Pig IPA, Perdition, Supplication (barrel-aged in Pinot barrels), Temptation (Sour Aged in Chardonnay barrels) and Consecration (Sour Aged in Cabernet barrels). 725 4th Street, Santa Rosa. 707.545.BEER. •russianriverbrewing.com Third Street Aleworks opened to the public on March 8th, 1996 when the combined efforts of Todd Hedrick, Chris Hagan and Jim Tasley made their dreams of opening a brewery a reality. Their philosophy about beer and brewing is simple – use the best ingredients possible; never cut corners; and keep it fresh! Brewmaster Randall Gremp has the task of producing an ever-widening group of “standard” beers (i.e., beers which have come to be expected by our discerning clientele) while also introducing more exotic and experimental styles to the mix. On any given day, there are between 10-13 beers on tap, including cask-conditioned ales and house-brewed root beer. Outfitted with a state of the art 15 Barrel Brewing System from Pub Brewing Co. of Santa Rosa, brewery tours are available by appointment, so give them a call! Or just stop in and sample signature brews like Stonefly


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Oatmeal Stout, Annadel Pale Ale, Bodega Head IPA and Stepchild Red. 610 3rd Street, Santa Rosa. 707-523-3060. •thirdstreetaleworks.com At The Heritage Public House, you can enjoy a variety of California’s finest small craft brews available on tap. They are “a lively Gastropub in the heart of Santa Rosa’s JC Neighborhood District”. Their mission is to introduce you to new breweries and their tasty offerings. 1901 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa. 707-595-1488. •heritagepublichousesr.com Stumptown Brewery, located on the Russian River in Guerneville, Stop in to Bear Republic for a Racer 5 is home of the celebrated Russian River Beer Revival BBQ Cookoff, where they host 30 breweries and 30 barbeque teams on their riverside lawn. It happens on August 12 this year, so get your tickets early (they sell out fast)! But if you can’t make that event, any time is a great time to come in and sample their Rat Bastard Ale, Bootlegger IPA or Bushwhacker Wheat, along with some other local favorites like Moonlight’s Death and Taxes and Bear Republic’s Racer IPA. 15045 River Rd, Guerneville. (707) 869-0705. •stumptown.com Bear Republic Brewpub is a beer-lover’s oasis in a sea of great wine tasting. Located off the Healdsburg Plaza, Bear Republic is celebrating a Bronze Medal in the American-Style Black Ale Category for Black Racer™ at the 2011 Great American Beer Festival®. Stop in and sample Racer 5 IPA®, Red Rocket Ale®, Hop Rod Rye®, Big Bear Black Stout®, Peter Brown Tribute Ale®, or XP Pale Ale®. Specialty brews, not always available, include Apex, Black Raven Porter, Double Rocket Imperial Red Ale and their double IPA, Five Zero. Bear Republic brews are available across the country. 345 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg. 707-433-2337. •bearrepublic.com Sonoma County’s northernmost brewery, Ruth McGowan’s is located in the second coolest town in the United States (according to budgettravel.com), Cloverdale. Mary Ann and Mike Brigham opened their Brewpub on March 17, 2002, naming it in honor of Mike’s Grandma. Feisty, stout hearted Ruth still shoveled snow off her sidewalk and mowed her own lawn at age 96, back home in New London, Wisconsin. This family-friendly pub proudly features gleaming copper tanks. Come in and sample Caroline’s Blonde, flagship amber Cloverdale Ale, Monster Brown Ale, Ruth’s Citrus Wheat or Floyd India Pale Ale. Pick your favorite, then order a Growler! 131 E. First Street, Cloverdale. (707) 894-9610. •ruthmcgowansbrewpub.com Hop Monk Tavern is the brainchild of Dean Biersch (of Gordon-Biersch), with locations in Sebastopol and Sonoma. In addition to their own brews: Hopmonk Kellerbrier (an unfiltered pilsner); Hopmonk Tavern Ale (a California Style Pale Ale) and Hopmonk Blonde Bocks (smooth with a kick), they offer a litany of local brews that will take you a year to get through (or at least a lost weekend). The Tavern is also know for its eclectic blend of live music offerings. 230 Petaluma Ave, Sebastopol. 707.829.7300. 691 Broadway, Sonoma. 707.935.9100. •hopmonk.com Sonoma Springs Brewing Company is a recent entry to the Sonoma County family of breweries. Brewing German style beers and California Ales, they are offering Lil Chief Pale Ale, Noma Coma Imperial Pale Ale, Uncle Jack’s Kolsch, Enchanted Forest Black IPA, Roggenbier, Summer Altbier, ISIS Cherry Lambic and more. They are located at 750 W. Napa St., Sonoma. 707.938.7422. •sonomaspringsbrewery.com Old Redwood Brewing Company is scheduled to open their

doors in late spring on Windsor’s Town Green. The first of the growing “nano-brewery” (a few hundred barrels annually) crowd to open a tasting room, the four collaborators, Dominic Foppoli, Mike Stewart, Adam Derum and Bob Anderson have contracted with local farmers to grow hops for them in the Russian River Valley, and incorporate local spices and fruits in their beer as well. Dominic Foppoli is bringing his experience making wine for his Foppoli family vineyards, as well as running boutique wineries Dom Whitney and Benevolo with friends. The tasting room is open in tandem with a wine tasting room, offering some local labels. This is an experience you will not find anywhere else. 9000 Windsor Rd, Windsor. (707) 888-4980. •oldredwoodbrewing.com Napa County breweries, from north to south, include Napa Valley Brewing Company at Calistoga Inn, Silverado Brewery in St. Helena, Napa Smith Brewery and Downtown Joe’s in Napa. Owners Michael Fradelizio and Ken Mee worked in wineries before opening Silverado Brewing Company. They chose as their site the historic Freemark Abbey Winery building, circa 1895. With massive stone walls and hand-strewn wood beams, the beautiful old building houses Silverado’s gleaming copper kettle brewing system behind large glass windows for all to see. Ken has won numerous awards for his beers, and Michael emphasizes natural and organic ingredients in the extensive menu offered. Silverado Brewing Company’s main and seasonal beers contain no additives or preservatives. Come in and cool off while sampling their beer, or watch the wine tasters drive by on their cozy patio. Try “Certifiably” Blonde Ale, Pale Ale, Amber Ale or Oatmeal Stout. Growlers are available! Tours available by appointment. 3020 St. Helena Hwy., St. Helena. 707.967.9876. •silveradobrewingcompany.com

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breweries, craft beer and brewpubs

spark your interest in how beer is made while sharing with you the importance of supporting your local brewers and communities. They’ll share first hand knowledge of what goes into a great ale from its basic elements. You’ll get to touch, smell and taste these ingredients first hand. You’ll see how the process works, and how you can make a great beer in your own backyard! One stop on the tour includes a visit to their favorite local home-brew shop, where you can pick up a beer kit complete with with everything you need to get started making your own local legend. The tour is all about tasting great craft beer and visiting some of the best microbreweries in the world. The tour begins at one of their standard pickup locations in Rohnert Park or Petaluma, every Saturday at 11:00 or 11:30. You’ll then be taken in a luxurious state of the art 14-seat tour bus, to a few of Sonoma County’s best microbreweries. You’ll enjoy beer tastings, brewing facility tours, and a chance to experience “Craft Beer Country” first hand! Your personal guide will explain how beer is made, the local history, and hear some of the inside stories that have become folklore in the local craft beer community. Your Itinerary: Pickup Time is at 11:00am (Rohnert Park) and 11:30am (Petaluma). Your day will start at Lagunitas Brewing Company where you will have the opportunity to go on their famous brewery tour and hear some of their (in)famous stories. Here you’ll get to see their brewing facilities, taste some great beer, and hang out in their legendary Taproom and Beer Sanctuary (see previous story). Next you’ll head to a great home brew supply shop called The Beverage People. One of the Founders, Byron Burch, literally wrote the book on brewing and has been involved in the craft beer community in the United States for as long as it has existed. Then you’ll take a short trip to Downtown Santa Rosa where you’ll hang out at one of the best kept beer secrets of the North Bay... Third Street Aleworks (see previous story). The awards on the wall of this local brewpub speak for themselves! Finally, you’ll make one last jaunt in the bus up to Healdsburg’s Bear Republic Brewing Company where you can sample such hop bombs as delicious Racer 5 IPA and their Hop Rod Rye. Most importantly, you’ll be provided safe transportation to and our ocal reweries with from each brewery without worry. Northbay Brewery Tours invites you to “craft” your own personalized tour with their assistance. orth ay rewery ours Book your tour, (tickets must be purchased in advance) at (707) North Bay Brewery Tours is the brainchild of three local home 60-BREWS/(707)-602-7397. •northbaybrewerytours.com brewers and craft beer enthusiasts: James Holt, Robert Watkins, and North Bay Brewery Tours is the only local Ron Holt. James and Ron started brewing with their father years ago. brewery tour service based in beautiful At first it seemed like a difficult project, but with practice, they made Sonoma County. Discover the beer after beer that turned out unique and delicious. It’s this same best local craft beers and leave love for the hobby that gave Northern California its high concentrathe driving to us! tion of amazing small brew houses.The three get together regularly to brew their own beer, think of ways to share enthusiasm with this “hobby” and help the North Bay continue to earn its reputation for world-class craft beer. James and Robert came up with a plan to run a bus tour around the North Bay to their favorite local Microbreweries. The response has been nothing short of amazing. With Ron’s knowledge of business, Robert’s financial expertise, and James’ love for the art and the influence of brewing, their company is experiencing great success. They encourage anyone who would like to learn how craft beer is made to join them on this one-of-a-kind tour. Their mission is to

Napa Smith Brewing Company is Napa County’s only production brewery with an onsite tasting brewpub. Craft brewer Don Barkley started making craft beer in 1978 at the legendary New Albion Brewery. He went on to help found Mendocino Brewing Company, where he created legendary beers like Red Tail Ale and Eye of the Hawk. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., they offer flights of ten brews on tap: Organic IPA, Lost Dog, Bonfire, Cool Brew, Crush Beer, Amber ale, Pale Ale, Wheat Beer and Pilsner. Their latest Limited Edition is Grateful Dog Barleywine. Stop in for a pint and a game of darts. 1 Executive A sampler is a great way to fid out Way (intersections of Hwy 29 and Hwy 12), Napa. Call which beer is right for you. 707-255-2912 for tour info. •napasmithbrewery.com Established in 1993 by owners Joe Ruffino, Joe Peatman and Nancye Peatman, Downtown Joe’s is a city of Napa tradition dating back eighty years. Joe Ruffino’s Grandmother, Grace Ruffino opened Ruffino’s Restaurant in 1944. Today, Downtown Joe’s downtown Napa locale offers a festive atmosphere with a tempting river view patio. The brewery at Downtown Joe’s was built in 1988 by Chuck Ankeny, the great grandson of Adolf Hamms of Milwaukee. Chuck and brewmaster Brian Hunt aimed to re-establish the great beer brewing tradition of the City of Napa. Joe Peatman and Joe Ruffino bought the brewery in 1993 and re-christened it Downtown Joe’s. Joe Ruffino retired in 2004 and now Joe Peatman runs the business. Brian stayed at the Brewery through the transition and spent his days brewing here and his nights making Moonlight Brewery. The brewery was built as an Ale House and produces mostly ales, some very British, and some with a decidedly West Coast flair. Stop in for a tour and sample Lazy Summer American Wheat, Tail Waggin’ Amber Ale, Lou Paine Pale ale, Tantric India Pale Ale, Catherine the Great Imperial Stout, Triple Dog Dare You and many more! 902 Main St., Napa. 707-258-2337. •downtownjoes.com

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last 127 years the historic estate has perfected the art of entertaining guests from around the world in quaint wine country style. Specializing in grand parties, the gardens and grounds of the Mansion have been thoughtfully woven together to provide various different indoor and outdoor wedding ceremony and entertainment locations and can easily accommodate both the small, intimate party as well as weddings with a guest list up to 150. 1001 Westside Road, Healdsburg. 707-433-1542 x111 www.madronamanor.com

Flying Cloud Farm

Flying Cloud Farm is a private wine country wedding and reception site tucked into the rolling hills of Sonoma Mountain available to select wedding couples each wedding season. Voted best place to have a wedding in Petaluma for its stunning mountain and vineyard views and breathtaking sunsets. Flying Cloud has ideal indoor and outdoor wedding ceremony and reception locations and a gorgeous column-lined barrel room opening out to blossoming gardens and picture perfect views. Owners Jim and Jeanette Bell have over 20 years experience managing and coordinating weddings at their private wine country venue in Petaluma, and offer with every wedding package comprehensive day-of wedding coordination services as well as a scheduled pre-wedding organizational meeting. 707.765.2439 www.flyingcloudfarm.com Whether it’s the amazing sunshine, the stunning views, the world-renown grapes and cuisine, or the thought of a fabulous annual anniversary getaway in Wine Country, you can’t go wrong with deciding to get married in Wine Country paradise. Choose from romantic vineyard settings, majestic hilltops overlooking the valley or breathtaking coastal beauty. These are a few of our favorite wine country wedding venues.

Gloria Ferrer Caves and Vineyards

Auberge du Soleil

Set amidst the verdant vines of the Napa Valley, Auberge offers a romantic private event space for up to 120 guests, complemented by a panoramic terrace for ceremonies and receptions. This is a unique wedding location, recognized for its romantic ambiance, breathtaking view, five star service, and exceptional cuisine. 180 Rutherford Hill Rd. Napa Valley (707) 963-1211. www.aubergedusoleil.com

Silverado Resort and Spa

A love story in the making at a winery inspired by love. Couples can exchange vows under a grapevine-covered Spanish arbor, overlooking stunning views of Carneros. Newlyweds can greet their guests on the Vista Terrace, with Spanish-inspired architecture reminiscent of the Ferrer family’s 11th-century Catalonian farmhouse in the hills outside Barcelona. Wedding parties can celebrate into the night with a choice of 14 estate varietal and sparkling wines, all of which pair famously with a diverse variety of elegant cuisine provided by the winery’s chefs and caterers. The exclusive use of Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards ensures that every detail of your special occasion will be perfect. Weddings can be held in the evenings, accommodating up to 120 guests. With indoor and outdoor venues available Gloria Ferrer is the ideal location for all of your wedding needs year round. They can also host your engagement party, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, wedding weekend brunch, and private tour for your out of town guests. 23555 Hwy 121, Sonoma. 707.933.1931; www.gloriaferrer.com/winery-weddings

Set amidst wine country foothills, Majestic oaks, flowering gardens and star studded evening skies, Silverado Resort provides a breathtaking backdrop for the most romantic day of your life. Their wedding professionals will attend to every detail, creating a day you will treasure forever. A breathtaking wedding venue. (707) 257-5469 1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa weddings.silveradoresort.com

Runningwood Estate

Healdsburg Country Gardens

A Private Estate in Sonoma available for weddings and events. Located just minutes from the Town Square in Sonoma, the private, gated drive leads you through more than ten acres tucked away in the heart of wine country. Surrounded by outstanding wineries, the Estate boasts stunning views, and is only a short drive from Napa Valley. The Runningwood Estate house was completed in ’94 and has since entertained an exclusive group of elite guests such as Warner Brothers premier stars, high profile wedding ceremonies, and fundraising events. Weddings must be approved beforehand as the property may require additional, advanced preparations for your event. The flag stone patio near the entrance of the house is available for entertaining a small gathering between the trellis and the lions head fountain. To the rear of the house, the impressive views of the pool deck, as well as the upper and lower pool patios and expansive flag stone patio create the perfect setting for larger gatherings. Also available is a flattened lot adjacent to the estate. The property is best suited for weddings up to 100 guests. www.runningwood.org

Madrona Manor

The Manor offers the perfect setting for an elegant garden wedding. This eight acre hilltop estate among enchanting gardens and wooded areas overlooks the Dry Creek Valley. Guests are captivated by a grand estate setting combined with friendly, warm service and a sense of rich romantic history. Originally built for a successful San Francisco banker in 1881, over the

Farmstead @ Long Meadow Ranch

Nestled in the heart of quaint St. Helena, our property lends itself to a rustic, elegant and most importantly, unforgettable event. Inspired by everything that Long Meadow Ranch has to offer, from organic produce to grass-fed beef, they are the quintessential farm-to-table experience. Offering space for up to 300, features Banquet/Reception Hall, Mansion/Historic Site, Restaurant and a Botanic Garden/Park. 738 Main Street, St. Helena. (707) 963-4555 www.longmeadowranch.com/visit/weddings Just 1 & 1/2 miles from Healdsburg Plaza, Healdsburg Country Gardens is a 25 acre private estate with vineyards, garden and gorgeous century-old barn, accommodating weddings for up to 150 guests held late May through early October. Marry under a majestic Cork Oak with a backdrop of vineyards. Wander along winding pathways through flower-filled gardens. Dance to your heart’s delight under twinkling lights in the barn. Mingle with family and friends under an arbor laden with grapes, knowing that the venue is private and exclusively for you on your wedding day. 707 431-8630 www. hcgweddings.com

The Lodge at Sonoma

The Lodge at Sonoma boasts 182 beautifully appointed guest rooms with deep soaking tubs, fireplaces, and signature spa amenities. The Lodge offers 10 acres of lush landscaping, a full-service pool with fire pit, and the renowned Carneros Bistro and Raindance Spa. The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort and Spa presents brides with a breathtaking Sonoma County wedding site. With a backdrop of rolling wine country hills decorated with vineyards, the property features diverse options for a truly personalized wedding experience. Providing full service with a dedicated Certified Wedding Planner, the on-site staff will create a custom package that caters to the couple’s wishes. 707.931.2006. 1325 Broadway St., Sonoma •marriott.com/hotels/travel/sfols-the-lodge-at-sonoma-renaissance-resort-and-spa/ Go to www.101things.com/winecountry • Wine Country 63


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Things To Do in St. Helena

See Historic Bale Grist Mill............................... 100 Explore History at a Local Museum....................99 Golf in Wine Country.........................................28 Go River Fishing.............................................. 104 Take a “Vine to Barrel” Bike Tour with NVAT.... 108 Tour the Vineyards with Napa Valley Bike Tours.108 Ride the Napa Valley Vine Trail & Help it Grow.109 Rent a High Quality Bike that Folds Up.............. 109 Join a Bicycle Coalition and Support the Sport... 108 Discover Lake Berryessa................................... 110 Shop Wine Country’s Main Streets...................111 Discover Yountville’s Historic V Marketplace.......112 Go Antiquing....................................................114 Browse Wine Country Art at a Gallery..............117 Go to a Festival or Fair......................................119 Go to a Concert............................................. 120 Go to Napa Valley Performing Arts Center.........115 See the Hess Collection of Art............................116 Join Club Mud in Calistoga............................... 128 Indulge Yourself at Mount View Hotel and Spa.. 129 Say “I Do” in Wine Country...............................63 Relax at a Spa................................................. 120

Have an EcoAdventure....................................... 18 Camp or hike at Bothe-Napa Valley State Park....20 Hike in Wine Country.........................................20 Tour the Napa River Ecological Reserve.............. 21 Camp in Wine Country.......................................22 Go Birdwatching................................................24 Count Down at Old Faithful Geyser.....................26 Step Back in time at the Petrified Forest...............26 Tour a Jelly Bean Factory...................................33 Experience the Spirit of Africa at Safari West......36 Take the Family to the Speedway........................38 Taste Wine from the Unique to the Boutique........40 Tour Napa on the Napa Valley Wine Train.........42 Take a Unique Winery Tour with Platypus Tours...42 Tour a Real Castle and Taste Wine There.............41 Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country..60 Tour the Culinary Institute of America................. 94 Indulge in Gourmet Chocolate...........................96 Sample Artisan Cheese......................................96 Sample Wine Country’s Finest Cuisine.................98 View Wine Country from a Hot Air Balloon....... 107

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4 Platypus Tours 5 Napa Valley Toy Co. 6 Napa Valley Wine Train 7 Napa Tourist Information Center -Napa Limousine -Square 1 Tasting Room

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Have an EcoAdventure....................................... 18 Hike in Wine Country......................................... 20 Tour Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen... 21 Camp in Wine Country....................................... 22 Go Birdwatching................................................ 24 Commune with Nature at a Nature Preserve....... 24 All aboard for TrainTown.................................... 32 Take the Family to the Theater............................ 36 Take the Family to the Speedway........................ 38 Taste Wine from the Unique to the Boutique........ 40 Take a Unique Winery Tour with Platypus Tours... 42 Tour Wine Country on a Segway........................ 41 Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country.. 60 Tour Local Breweries with North Bay Brewery Tours.................................................... 62 Have a Culinary Retreat at Ramekins................. 94 Sample Artisan Cheese...................................... 96 Sample Wine Country’s Finest Cuisine................ 98 Tour Wine Country in a Vintage Aircraft............ 106 Have a Stargazing Party.................................. 107 Explore History at a Local Museum.................... 99


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Take a Unique Winery Tour with Platypus Tours...42 Tour Wine Country on a Segway.......................41 Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country..60 Take a Brewery Tour..........................................62 Indulge in Gourmet Chocolate...........................96 Taste some Great Pie..........................................97 Sample Wine Country’s Finest Cuisine................98 Have a Stargazing Party..................................107 See Where Hitchcock Filmed “The Birds”..........100 See a Real Fort at Fort Ross Historic Park............99 Golf in Wine Country.........................................28 Take a Stand Up Paddle trip on the River..........102 Take a self-guided Kayak Trip with River’s Edge.102 Float the Russian River with Burke’s Canoes.......104 Raft the River with Russian River Adventures......104 Spend the Day on a River Beach......................105 Go River Fishing..............................................104 Bike Joe Rodota Trail and West County Trails.....109 Rent a High Quality Bike that Folds Up..............109 Join a Bicycle Coalition and Support the Sport...108 Explore Lake Sonoma...................................... 110 Shop Wine Country’s Main Streets................... 111 Collect Grateful Dead Memorabilia.................. 113 Go Antiquing................................................... 114 Enjoy Live Local Theater................................... 115 Browse Wine Country Art at a Gallery............. 117 Go to a Festival or Fair..................................... 119 Go to a Concert.............................................120 Take a Hike on the Coast.................................. 121 Discover Coastal Parks Ocean Beaches.............123 Drive the Pacific Coast Highway.......................124 Fly a Kite on the Beach....................................125

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Come to the Russian River for the kayaking, the fishing and the majestic redwoods. Come for the many nearby wineries or the rugged coast. Come for the great food. For whatever reason you come, plan to relax, get centered and enjoy all nature has to offer. Because here at the river, we’re balanced. by nature.

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See our calendar at russianriver.com for all upcoming events.

Russian River Chamber and Visitors Centers 16209 First Street, Guerneville 95446 13250 River Road, Guerneville 95446 (Korbel Visitor Center)

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Before visiting our Russian River wineries or spending a day at one of Guerneville’s beaches, stop in at Ono’z, where Hawaii’s popular dishes are served in To Go lunch boxes ready for you to enjoy outdoors or in our casual dining environment.

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Come to the River and leave with a little Aloha!

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Things To Do in Healdsburg

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Have an EcoAdventure............................................... 18 Hike in Wine Country.................................................20 Camp in Wine Country...............................................22 Go Birdwatching........................................................24 Pet a Piglet at a Farm Tour..........................................39 Take the Family to the Theater....................................36 Taste Wine from the Unique to the Boutique................40 Take a Unique Winery Tour with Platypus Tours...........42 Tour Wine Country on a Segway...............................41 Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country..........60 Tour Local Breweries with North Bay Brewery Tours.....62 Sample Wine Country’s Finest Cuisine........................98 Have a Stargazing Party.......................................... 107 Explore History at a Local Museum............................99 Browse the World’s Only Hand Fan Museum............. 101 Golf in Wine Country.................................................28 Take a Stand Up Paddle trip on the River.................. 102 Take a self-guided Kayak Trip with River’s Edge......... 102 Raft the Russian River with Russian River Adventures.. 104 Spend the Day on a River Beach.............................. 105 Go River Fishing...................................................... 104 Bicycle the Joe Rodota Trail and West County Trails... 109 Rent a High Quality Bike that Folds Up ..................... 109 Join a Bicycle Coalition and Support the Sport........... 108 Explore Lake Sonoma.............................................. 110 Shop Wine Country’s Main Streets...........................111 Go Antiquing............................................................114 Enjoy Live Local Theater............................................115 Browse Wine Country Art at a Gallery......................117 Go to a Festival or Fair..............................................119 Go to a Concert..................................................... 120 Say “I Do” in Wine Country.......................................63 Relax at a Spa......................................................... 120

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Beautifully displayed antique furniture, collectibles, vintage furnishings, local art, jewelry and much more from over 30 vendors in a clean, comfortable, well-lit environment located just “off the square”!

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Have an EcoAdventure...............................................18 Hike in Wine Country................................................ 20 Camp in Wine Country.............................................. 22 Go Birdwatching....................................................... 24 Taste Wine from the Unique to the Boutique............... 40 Take a Unique Winery Tour with Platypus Tours.......... 42 Tour Wine Country on a Segway.............................. 41 Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country......... 60 Tour Local Breweries with North Bay Brewery Tours.... 62 Have a Stargazing Party..........................................107 Golf in Wine Country................................................ 28 Take a Stand Up Paddle trip on the River..................102 Take a self-guided Kayak Trip with River’s Edge.........102 Raft the Russian River with Russian River Adventures..104 Spend the Day on a River Beach..............................105 Go River Fishing......................................................104 Bicycle the Joe Rodota Trail and West County Trails...109 Rent a High Quality Bike that Folds Up......................109 Join a Bicycle Coalition and Support the Sport...........108 Explore Lake Sonoma.............................................. 110 Shop Wine Country’s Main Streets.......................... 111 Go Antiquing........................................................... 114 Browse Wine Country Art at a Gallery...................... 117 Go to a Festival or Fair............................................. 119 Go to a Concert.....................................................120 Say “I Do” in Wine Country...................................... 63 Y

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Things To Do in Rohnert Park

rohnert park To learn more about what Rohnert Park has to offer visit the Chamber office at 101 Golf Course Drive C-7 or contact us at (707) 584-1415 info@rohnertparkchamber.com www.rohnertparkchamber.com

Have an EcoAdventure.............................................. 18 Hike in Wine Country................................................ 20 Camp in Wine Country.............................................. 22 Go Birdwatching....................................................... 24 Feed Hungry Plants................................................... 27 Spend the Day at Scandia Fun Park........................... 32 Take your best shot at Escape Sonoma County............ 32 Feel the Extreme Experience at Driven Raceway......... 33 Take the Family to the Theater................................... 36 Take a Unique Winery Tour with Platypus Tours.......... 42 Taste Locally Made Craft Brew in Wine Country......... 60 Tour Local Breweries with North Bay Brewery Tours.... 62 Have a Stargazing Party......................................... 107 Golf in Wine Country................................................ 28 Bicycle the Joe Rodota Trail and West County Trails.. 109 Rent a High Quality Bike that Folds Up..................... 109 Join a Bicycle Coalition and Support the Sport.......... 108 Shop Wine Country’s Main Streets.......................... 111 Hit the Mall............................................................. 111 Go Antiquing...........................................................114 Experience Green Music Center at SSU.....................115 Enjoy Live Local Theater...........................................115 Browse Wine Country Art at a Gallery..................... 117 Go to a Festival or Fair.............................................119 Go to a Concert.................................................... 120 Say “I Do” in Wine Country...................................... 63 Relax at a Spa........................................................ 120

Bring this Race Cash for $5 off of any Race!

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• Laser Tag • Birthday Party • Arcades • Snack Bar • Free Wi-Fi We have a 5,000 square feet black lit arena with low hanging fog and high energy music to keep you amped for every game you play. In this maze-like arena you will dodge enemy lasers while you tag other players with your laser. Birthday parties and private Thursdays: ZAPP PASS Unlimited events are a blast in this (Thurs-Sun): Q-ZAR lazer tag 3 Q-ZAR games futuristic setting when you all day for just & drink only reserve ESCAPE’S entire $18. $20.00 Q-ZAR arena!

Fridays: Buy an Escape T-shirt, get 2 FREE Games!

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• Two 18-hole championship golf courses in the heart of wine country! • Competitive prices • Great location for tournaments and banquets • Ask about “Stay & Play” deals! Mention this ad for a FREE Jumbo Bucket of Balls or FREE Cart with Purchase of two Green Fees.

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