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The wine tasting room (and grounds) are first class. The good news/bad news is that it is easy walking distance from the Town Square. Therefore, it is easy to get to if you want to taste some very high quality wines, but it is also...More
Sebastiani is a must visit for first time to Sonoma. The tank room is very impressive, as are the carvings. The wine selection is fairly broad, and their price point is affordable. They are part of the foley Johnson food and wine society and a...More
This winery is very conveniently located near the heart of downtown Sonoma. The building and the grounds are beautiful. Wines are good and reasonably priced. The wine club is a great value and offers access to other Napa / Sonoma Area wineries as well as...More
Great place to visit if in Sonoma,the wine was very good plus our host let us taste a couple more wines that were not on the tasting list.We had a little look around so worth going to the room where the old barrels are kept...More
Our tour group arrived a little too early for wine tasting, but after an informative introduction about the winery’s history, surrounded by giant barrels in a lovely old room, it was about the right time to sample some pretty good Sabastiani selections. Tasting the reds...More
We visited here as we had 2 for 1 on wine tasting. The lady who served us was so friendly (we didn’t get her name but her husband is French!)
The wines were delicious - particularly the Steel Chardonnay and the Zinfandel. The outside gardens...More
This was by far the most informative tasting of three wineries that we visited in Napa and Sonoma. If I’m not mistaken, the host’s name was Kevin and he really made sure to give us a lot of information about wine making process, which other...More
This was our first stop and we were not disappointed. Recommend to walk around and look at the wine barrels and carvings. The tasting is $20 for six wines. Today there was a deal for two for one but if you purchase wine, the tasting...More
Now that I think back, I think there was a dog in winery. But as above, call to make sure. their number is 707-933-3230. The tasting house is on a public walkway, so I would be surprised if they didn't allow dogs.