Anaba Wines is named for the anabatic winds that soar through its vineyards, creates elegant, classic wines borne by the wind. Anaba is the first winery in Northern California to use wind energy in the production of wine.
Chateau St. Jean
With gracious style, exquisite architecture, and inviting gardens, Chateau St. Jean has become an icon in the Sonoma Valley.
Dutcher Crossing Winery
Light and airy, with panoramic views of the Dry Creek Valley in all directions, the Dutcher Crossing Winery tasting room is very inviting with a splendid picnic area out back.
At a time when going green is a goal for many, Fritz Winery is already enjoying the fruits of its eco-conscious efforts that began more than 30 years ago.
Gustafson Family Vineyards
Today, Gustafson Family Vineyards is home to 20 sustainably farmed vineyard acres and a winery producing 11 estate wines.
A thriving winery, a boutique luxury hotel, and a chic bistro on the plaza—each of Steve Ledson’s visions deserves to be seen and experienced.
Medlock Ames is dedicated to practicing environmental sustainability and the production of premier quality wine.
Rick Moshin, a former San Jose State University math instructor, made prudent use of his math skills to design a four-tier gravity flow winery for small-lot wine production at Moshin Vineyards.
Rodney Strong Vineyards
Rodney Strong Vineyards is a Sonoma County historical treasure dating back to 1959 and has a long-standing reputation for consistently offering wines of high quality.
Trione Vineyards & Winery
Trione’s state-of-the-art winemaking facility and tasting room was built alongside Sonoma County’s historic Old Stone Building, dating back to 1908.
Viansa Winery & Marketplace
With its distinctive Italian atmosphere and charming Old World architecture, Viansa Winery & Marketplace is a tribute to the
early Italian immigrants who brought their winemaking traditions to Sonoma Valley.