Stationed along the Sonoma Coast, Gourmet au Bay pairs small-batch, award-winning wines with breezy waterfront views from its bayside deck. The business keeps its wine collection stocked with premium products thanks to a set of strict criteria—every bottle boasts a gold medal, fewer than 1,000 cases of its kind in production, a flawless criminal record, or a score of 90 points or better. Every day, visitors may stop in for glasses of wine, as well as bottled beer and cheese-and-crackers platters. Gourmet au Bay also specializes in what it calls wine surfing, which presents three wines selected from the daily menu atop a specially designed surfboard.
Dolce Mia Designs is a family-run business specializing in high-end gifts, decorative accessories, and luxurious, premium soaps. We offer a wide range of products and styles. We are known for our fun, vintage designs and the quality of our product. We can personalize any product, making us perfect for showers and parties!
The Martinez family has deep ties to the lands of Berryessa Gap and surrounding county, where first-generation farmer of immigrant parents Dan Martinez, Sr., originally cultivated fruit trees more than 50 years ago. Today, rows of grapes grow on the hills that overlook the gap, thriving under the warm sun. Crushed, strained, and processed at the winery, the grapes transform into an impressive variety of vintages, from a rose and zinfandel to syrah and verdelho. Two tasting rooms provide visitors with the opportunity to sip the fruits of the family's labor while relaxing at the chic bar or standing in the middle of the room if you hate relaxing.
For more than 30 years, the specialists at Images on the Windsor Town Green have been prepping and piercing ears of all ages and outfitting them with American-made and hypoallergenic studs. Once the ears are healed, they will help their clients outfit themselves with selections of one-of-a-kind jewels created by local designers or child-safe earrings for the wee ones. In addition to earrings, they sell necklaces, watches, clocks, and handbags.
The jars of hand-packed, loose-leaf teas lining the shelves of Mr. Trombly's Tea blossom with the fruits of countless orchards and wildflower fields. Mangos mingle with pineapple, orange, tangerine, and strawberries to create citrusy sips, and chamomile, peppermint, and marigold blossoms charm upset stomachs from the herbal section. Alongside black-, green-, and white-tea varieties, the steeping emporium also vends a roster of oolong teas imported from Asia. In the interest of rich and uncorrupted brews, the staff never mixes artificial flavors in with the plants. They also give customers control over their Tea of the Month Club deliveries—members can mix and match their own preferred bags for delivery, unlike with other tea of the month clubs, which only send out shredded calendar pages.