Things To Do In Healdsburg

Up to $320 Off at Looking Glass champagne + shopping

Looking Glass champagne + shopping

Healdsburg

$48 $24

Bottles can be opened and enjoyed in the tasting room or be taken home as a gift; Grouponers can also take 10% off all boutique purchases

Up to 54% Off Wine Tasting at Sapphire Hill Vineyards

Sapphire Hill Vineyards

Healdsburg

$60 $35

Tastings include at least four pours, a charcuterie tray with cheeses, and raspberry-jalapeno brownie bits

$5 Coupon for a Wine Tasting for Two at Toad Hollow Vineyards

Toad Hollow Vineyards

Healdsburg

$5 $5

For $5, receive a coupon for a wine tasting for two, 20% off wine purchased, and 10% off any merchandise purchased

$20 Buys You a Coupon for 20% Off a Mixed Case of Wine

Kobler Estate Winery

Healdsburg

$20 $20

For $20, receive a coupon for 20% off a mixed case of wine.

Up to 51% Off Wine Tour

Healdsburg Wine Tasting & History Walking Tours

Healdsburg

$79 $39

See, smell, and taste the wines that make Healdsburg such a popular stop on visits to Sonoma County

49% Off Helicopter and Wine Tour

Sonoma Helicopter

Multiple Locations

$515 $265

Certified pilots lead an aerial tour through Sonoma Valley before guests sip on wines and nibble cheeses

Up to 50% Off at Christopher Creek Winery

Christopher Creek Winery

Healdsburg

$70 $35

Boutique, hand-crafted varietals served inside a rustic tasting room

$5 Buys You a Coupon for a Pinot Noir Wine Tasting at RoadHouse Winery

Roadhouse Winery

Multiple Locations

$5 $5

For $5, receive a $10 coupon for a Pinot Noir wine tasting

Up to 52% Off at Healdsburg Golf Club

Healdsburg Golf Club

Healdsburg

$93 $49

Nine-hole course carves through Wine Country, ascending above tops of fir trees to reveal panoramas of Dry Creek Valley

Select Local Merchants

Sapphire Hill Vineyards has been a small, boutique winery ever since it first opened in 1989, and that is just the way that the staff likes it. Owners Lisa and Chris Mulcahy are content with keeping their production limited and manageable, which gives their team more freedom to experiment with new varietals and slightly different wine-making techniques, occasionally making as few as 24 cases of a particular wine just to see what it tastes like. Even when experimenting though, every wine is intended to be a pure representation of the character of Sonoma fruit. This is evident in the winery's current releases, such as a Russian River Valley chardonnay that is aged in used oak for 16 months, lending a rounded toastiness to the grapes' crisp citrus notes, as well as in the Dry Creek zinfandel—harvested from 70-year-old vines—which balances its dark berry flavors with a peppery streak and fine tannic backbone.

55 Front St.
Healdsburg,
CA
US

Mutt Lynch Winery owner Brenda Lynch loves wine and dogs, so it makes sense that her winery seamlessly integrates these two interests. Both Dog Fancy and Wine Advocate have praised Brenda for her dog-friendly winery, where canines and their owners can tour the facilities and sample several tasty wines. Cleverly named varietals range from the 2009 Merlot Over and Play Dead to the 2007 Portrait of a Mutt Zinfandel, while series include the limited production "mbf"—man’s best friend. Not only does Lynch oversee the winemaking process, she also donates a portion of the proceeds of every bottle to support local animal rescue organizations.

851 Limerick Lane
Healdsburg,
CA
US

Led by experts in both local history and wine production, Healdsburg Wine Tasting & History Walking Tours is a feast for the mind and senses. On tours that run two hours, guests have the chance to see, smell, and taste what makes Healdsburg such a popular stop on visits to Sonoma's world-famous wine country. Follow a path along the town's quaint gazebos, scenic green spaces, and historic central plaza, stopping to taste wines or take in a brief history lesson. At each tasting room, the guides provide background information on five wines, expounding on everything from their flavor profiles to their favorite books.

108 Matheson Street
Healdsburg,
CA
US

Healdsburg Golf Club carves through Wine Country, loping over undulating terrain marked by mature fir trees and views of Dry Creek Valley. Before taking the course, limber up on the all-weather driving range, with 18 stalls spread over three tiers that allow golfers to smack 300-yard drives or attempt to sink a two-story practice putt. The nine-hole course wraps well-manicured fairways around doglegs and surrounds greens with an entourage of bunkers and rolling mounds. Though suited for beginners, the course is a test for players of abilities, challenging golfers to hit a variety of shots, from long drives down par 5s to bicycle kicks past the goalkeeper on the eighth green. Golfers can relax after their rounds with a relaxing meal at the club’s bar and outdoor patio. The elevated patio overlooks the course as it fades into a sea of trees, misty mountains lining the horizon, and a wormhole leading to a secret nine-hole course on the moon.

Course at a Glance

  • Nine-hole, par 35 layout
  • Three sets of tees
  • Length of 2,622 yards from farthest tees
  • Course rating of 65.4 from farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 114 from farthest tees
927 S Fitch Mountain Rd.
Healdsburg,
CA
US

Each of Balloon Over Napa Sonoma’s FAA-certified hot air balloon pilots maintain a perfect safety record in their gentle, slow flights over the Napa Valley, even after logging thousands of in-flight hours for private and commercial licenses. Though they've tamed thermals over five continents, each has returned to the valley to showcase local winery estates on ever-changing tours that never follow a set path, but instead follow the whim of the breezes. Other guides take passengers on chauffeured limousine rides to visit those same vineyards to sample their wines at the ground level to avoid forcing winemakers to test out their accuracy with a fire hose. :m]]

13155 Healdsburg Avenue
Healdsburg,
CA
US

For over 50 years, Windsor Vineyards has been producing award-winning wines for every occasion. In keeping with its tradition of personally hand-writing custom labels on their wines, today, customers are invited to add their own special message or greeting. Wine clubs grant customers a vine-sourced passport to a world of varietals, shipping bottles throughout the year.

308 Center Street
Healdsburg,
CA
US