Join us on the patio for an afternoon of wine, snacks, and sun. Reservations recommended, but not required!
Come have a taste of the best Sonoma has to offer. We’re just 10 minutes from downtown Sonoma with plenty of on-site parking.
Tastings, tours, and small bites in a beautiful indoor or outdoor patio setting make for the perfect relaxed afternoon. Experience it once and you’ll want to come back again and again. Reservations encouraged, but not required.
Classic Tasting Experience
Join us for a tasting in our lovely outdoor courtyard, cozy tasting room or intimate barrel room. You will enjoy a curated tasting of 5 of our limited-production wines in a relaxed environment.
$35 per person
Library Tasting Experience
During our Library Tasting Experience you will enjoy a curated tasting of 5 of our , highest-rated, tiny production wines in our lovely outdoor courtyard, cozy tasting room or intimate barrel room.
$45 per person
Are dogs and kids allowed?
Our patio is especially kid and dog friendly. We just ask that you keep your dog leashed and remind you it is illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to consume alcohol on our premises. We have sparkling juice and water available as well as water bowls and treats for our furry guests.
What are the seating options?
We have an intimate tasting room with two tables for up to four guests. We also have a large patio and lovely barrel room that can accommodate up to 8 guests at the largest tables. There is a bar inside the tasting room and outside on the patio ideal for couples or trios. Please note that children are not permitted to sit at either bar but are welcome at any table.
Can I order a glass of wine?
You bet! We have a menu with all the wines that can be enjoyed by the glass. We are sure there will be a wine on that list to please any palate.
Is outside food allowed?
Yes, we are pleased to allow our customers to enjoy any food they bring with them out on our patio. Please bring your own plates, silverware, and napkins. We ask that you do not bring anything overly pungent and clean up after yourselves using the provided trash cans.
Did You Know:
Saignée is a French term meaning “to bleed” that removes juice early in the winemaking process to concentrate the skins to juice ratio. Fear not, that juice does not go to waste, a portion goes into making our award winning rosés.