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Rutherford Ranch Winery's team of vintners transforms grapes into wines that showcase the abilities of California's terroir. As a testament to their efforts and three generations of family ownership, the winery garnered the 2012 Family-Owned Winery of the Year award at the New York International Wine Competition. Several of their varietals were winners as well, including the cabernet sauvignon, a blend that bewilders palates with notes of french vanilla, blackberry, and cocoa powder. Tastings take place in Rutherford Ranch's Cabernet Room, where guests sink into overstuffed sofas to sip wine in comfort before striking out to explore the property. When weather permits, tasters can tour the winery's vineyard, gaze up through the branches of century-old olive trees, or view a live cork tree tasked with keeping fresh the millions of gallons of wine just beneath the earth's crust. Guests who look closely enough may spot owl boxes, indigenous plants, and photovoltaic cells used to keep the winery sustainable and ensure that wine is produced with respect for the land and the environment.
1680 Silverado Trl. S
Saint Helena,
CA
US
Alex Leader’s namesake glass-blowing outfit aims to equip curious artists with the tools and guidance to craft their own handmade glass art pieces. Alex relies on thousand-year-old techniques and skills learned during his two decades of experience to assist students as they create their own blown vases, ornaments, and bowls. Prior to starting on a masterpiece, students can glean inspiration inside the master craftsman’s showroom, where he displays his own collection of artisanal bowls and lighting fixtures.
254 1st St E
Sonoma,
CA
US
Two literature-loving founders tuck thousands of new and used titles into heavy wooden shelves at Readers' Books. Browse new copies of contemporary fiction titles such as Philip Roth's Nemesis ($26 in hardcover) and The Glass Castle ($15 in paperback) by Jeannette Walls. Other specialties include poetry, food and wine books, and children's literature, an ideal match for eccentric child gourmands who speak only in rhyme. Most new books sell at list price, with a selection of titles at discounts of up to 40% off regular prices. Used volumes that average about half their list prices eagerly wag bindings in the hopes of attracting a loving new owner. While stock varies daily, customers may uncover gently used word art such as Lucky ($6) by Alice Sebold and On Gold Mountain ($8) by Lisa See, both in paperback.
130 E Napa St
Sonoma,
CA
US
A full-service gear and instruction shop, Leland Fly Fishing casts fledgling cod catchers into the heart of small-stream adventure with its introductory fly-fishing lessons. Each lesson acquaints amateur anglers with rod, line, fly, and fish during two hours of small-group instruction. Taught on the ranch's private trout lakes, the class covers basic terminology and strategy, as well as a seven-step technique progression to build the perfect cast for hauling in plaque-worthy piscean prizes and sunken mini fridges. Hands-on coaching ensures that each lure launcher leaves with an understanding of fly casting, fly-line construction, and leader tapering, laying a solid base for continued hours of self-practice. Students will be strapped with all the necessary equipment for their first round of line flinging and duck debating, and previously experienced bait pitchers are welcome to bring their own. Classes are held Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
24120 Arnold Dr
Sonoma,
CA
US
A favorite of locals and tourists alike, Tiddle E. Winks grants entrance into the time-sealed toy-shopping past and rekindles memories for adults and immortal highlanders alike. Miss Winks' eponymous shop houses aisle upon aisle of antique-inspired do-dads, from jumping beans and flavored milk straws, to jaw harps and handheld rodeo pinball games. Munch on some authentic teaberry gum before prepping for a high-noon potato-gun duel or dab reminiscent tears away with a Sonoma County–themed towel as you reorganize your Beverly Hillbillies trading cards. As a nod to its community esteem, Sonoma's mayor proclaimed September 1 be Tiddle E. Winks Day, during which citizens must address each other as "honey bear" and all town hamburgers cost a prohibitively shiny nickel.
115 E Napa St
Sonoma,
CA
US
In his storeroom stocked with handmade cheeses, John Raymond employs his curd comprehension and milk mastery to educate tasters on the history, process, and complex flavors of a multitude of artisan cheeses. Group tastings introduce gruyere greenhorns to the cheese industry, giving an overview of the taste and textural differences among varieties. As many as 30 cheese enthusiasts may attend a group tasting with the freedom to try between six and nine types, and all are invited to bring their own bottles of wine for a perfect palate pairing.
14301 Arnold Dr
Glen Ellen,
CA
US

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