Wine Tasting in Santa Rosa

Up to 55% Off an Antipasti Board and Wine Flight

Downtown Santa Rosa

$32 $18

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Tasting-room visitors enjoy small boards of antipasti and flights of several wines

Up to 55% Off Wine Pairings

Downtown Santa Rosa

$50 $25

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Guests taste four wines from local boutique vintners while snacking on pairings and receive 15% off selected wine purchases

Up to 50% Off Winery Bus Tour for Two

Rohnert Park

$198 $99

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Hop in a bus and head to four boutique wineries over five hours; complimentary beer served on the bus

Half Off Wine Tasting at Dom Whitney Wines

Windsor

$20 $10

Growers with extensive family histories in winemaking combine their talents to create pinot noirs, zinfandels, and reds

Up to 58% Off Wine and Food Pairing

Healdsburg

$55 $25

Tasting flights of three chilled wines and three red wines pair with local artisan cheeses and charcuterie

Up to 50% Off at Christopher Creek Winery

Healdsburg

$70 $35

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

51% Off Private Winery Tour at Field Stone Winery

Healdsburg

$80 $39

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One-hour tour and tasting includes samples of award-winning wines, vineyard tour, and tasting with cheese plate in underground tasting room

Up to 50% Off Vin Blanc at R2 Wine Company

Sonoma

$72 $54

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Crisp, bright Old World–style white wines; complimentary tasting with in-store pickup

Up to 57% Off Wine and Chocolate in St. Helena

St. Helena

$45 $20

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Gourmet chocolates flecked with cherry, lemon, toffee, and chili pepper pair with wines produced on a Napa Valley family-owned winery

42% Off Wine Tasting for Two

Sonoma

$50 $29

Folks tipple their way through six 2-ounce pours of the winery's own varietals

Up to 52% Off Winery Tour and Chocolate or Wine Tasting for Two

Angwin

$125 $60

Napa Valley estate winery's expert vintners take pairs on a tour of the facility, where they sample chocolate or wine

46% Off Wine Tasting for Two

Downtown Napa

$70 $38

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This chic wine-tasting salon offers a multisensory experience complete with local art in downtown Napa

Up to 62% Off Tour and Tastings at Spelletich Family Wine Company

Napa Commons

$90 $39

A family owned and operated winery that has been in Napa Valley for 20 years

Half Off Chocolate and Wine

Napa

$28 $14

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Duos sip expertly paired chocolates & wines at marble-style tabletops, then nibble signature handcrafted truffles & dipped strawberries

Up to 72% Off Wine Tasting & Bottles

San Rafael

$69.98 $23

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In a brand-new tasting room, guests leisurely sample a selection of wines, learn about the winery, and take home a bottle of wine each

Half Off Wine Tasting from Wineluv Wednesdays

Blu Restaurant

$30 $15

Boutique wineries pour samples of their favorite vintages as guests dine, sway to music, and gaze at local art

Up to 55% Off Wine Tasting and Bocce Ball

San Francisco

$100 $45

Sample French-inspired wines and play leisurely games of bocce ball at Sol Rouge's winery tasting room on Treasure Island

Up to 60% Off Wine Flights at Periscope Cellars

Oakland

$24 $12

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Taste three 3-ounce wine samples at a tasting room with up to 10 taps filled with Californian wines

Half Off Wine Tastings at Scott Harvey Wines Tasting Room

Sutter Creek

$42 $21

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Sip on reserve wines crafted by master winemaker Scott Harvey before taking home a bottle of zinfandel, barbera, or syrah

Select Local Merchants

Nestled at the foot of Sugarloaf Ridge, Chateau St. Jean's idyllic 250-acre estate fills with the soft hush of broad grape leaves rustling in the sun. Hedges of waxleaf privet shelter well-manicured gardens, where firework-like bursts of hydrangea sway beneath courtyards and tasting rooms. Winemaker Margo Van Staaveren strolls among the trellises, checking on the grapes, which hang heavy with sugar on the vines. She has spent the last 32 years overseeing the harvests at Chateau St. Jean, producing wines that have earned significant praise and awards. Wine Spectator gave the St. Jean Cinq Cépages cabernet sauvignon 93 out of 100 points, calling it “complex, layered, elegant and refined, with cedar cigar box, tobacco, currant and black licorice—trim and tapered.”

The wines fuel jocund chatter in the fully restored chateau, which was originally constructed as a summer home in 1920. In private rooms as well as outside on the sun-drenched deck, glasses click together with the soft jingling sound xylophonists make in their sleep.

8555 Sonoma Hwy
Kenwood,
CA
US

The sustainable, organic farming at Long Meadow Ranch supplies chef Sheamus Feeley with a plethora of seasonal produce. Farmstead’s menu fluctuates with the unpredictable patterns of Earth’s seven seasons and consists of first and second courses. Start with meatballs lounging in a caramelized mirepoix and tomato marmalade ($12). Reviewers rave about the second-course cheeseburger, made with Long Meadow Ranch’s grass-fed beef and California cheddar ($15). Summon all 10,000 taste-bud buddies to help you escape the ranch and follow the brick-cooked chicken road to a technicolored land of flageolet beans, lacinato kale, and salsa verde ($23). A glass of Long Meadow Ranch’s own sauvignon blanc ($8) can be enjoyed with dinner in a smooth leather booth or all by itself at Farmstead’s granite-covered bar.

738 Main St
Saint Helena,
CA
US

Wildflower-filled vases adorn hardwood tables within Savour St. Helena's rouge-tinted tasting room, where servers dish out hard-to-find vinos culled from small wineries. The Vinter's Tasting offers oenophiles and foodphiles the makings of an authentic vintner's lunch, uniting assorted cheeses and charcuteries with the sipper's choice of three wines. Quaffs of the Areté 2010 sauvignon blanc or the Houdini 2007 merlot escort nibbles of artisanal cheeses, cured meats, and mixed olives to a flavorful promenade chaperoned by bites of crusty french bread and a kindly corkscrew. Alternatively, a flight of Spotted Owl Vineyards 2008 mountain cuvée and Veendercrest 2005 Rutherford cabernet sauvignon can coast in for a smooth landing upon your palate's runway.

649 Main St
Saint Helena,
CA
US

Along a winding country road, up an unpaved drive and past Gus a big, friendly, chocolate lab, you’ll find one of the most unpretentious, down-to-earth tasting rooms around. The Pope Valley, one of Napa’s hidden treasures, is home to the Pope Valley Winery. Here you will be treated less like a visitor and more like a friend

6613 Pope Valley Rd
Pope Valley,
CA
US

Schweiger Vineyards' passionate oenophiles cultivate varietals from 62 acres of volcanic soil using solar-powered technology. Vineyards Estate tours commence with an abridged chronicling of the grape plantation's yesteryears as guests sip house-made chardonnay, with hints of pear, citrus, and oak, and inhale the aromas of lemongrass and pensiveness in the sauvignon blanc. Expeditions then journey through the tank room and on through Schweiger’s underground cellar as adventurers sip flutes of merlot, with cedar and black-pepper notes, and sample a cabernet with a finish as smooth as a velvet pillow coated in shortening. The tour guides at Schweiger Vineyards suggest toting along cameras to capture their breathtaking views that overlook Napa Valley at elevations of up to 2,000 feet.

4015 Spring Mountain Rd
Saint Helena,
CA
US

Sprouting from the remnants of a kosher winery in Green Valley, Cahill Winery expanded production to a variety of traditional reds, whites, dessert wines, and vinegars. The varietals are sourced from regions around California such as the North Coast and the Alexander Valley viticultural areas. German shorthair dogs and livestock welcome guests to the winery, where the Payne family has cultivated an organic garden and struck a champagne well that erupts from deep within the earth.

4950 Ross Rd
Sebastopol,
CA
US