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  • Longboard Vineyards
    Drawing on 30 years of winemaking experience?and a youthful spirit borne from surfing?Oded Shakked has built a portfolio of wines at Longboard Vineyards. Shakked studied winemaking at UC Davis and spent nearly two decades as the head winemaker for J Vineyards & Winery. Using this experience, along with his dual love for surfing, his vineyard came to fruition in 1998. Winemaking and surfing have a lot in common. Both activities thrive in the California sun. Both take years to master. And both require seeking out the perfect variable. The 11 acres of grapes at this vineyard transforms into syrahs, sparkling wines, and classic chardonnays. Visitors can not only sample Oded's wines in the tasting room?more aptly called a tasting lounge?but also kick back on a leather sofa, watch surf movies on a plasma TV, or even hang-ten, if they can manage to stand sideways on one of the surfboards mounted above.
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    5 Fitch St
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Field Stone Winery
    Once owned by the mayor of Berkeley and family-owned for three generations, with current owner Reverend John Staten, Field Stone Winery has a long and varied history dating back to 1894, when Petite Sirah vines were planted in the estate vineyards. The wines created from the grapes of these vines continue to tantalize palates today with robust notes, rich color, and turn-of-the-century gossip. Buzzworthy libations also hail from the Old Block Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard, planted in 1968. The winery boasts sprawling Oak trees and a comfortable spot tucked into the hillside where renowned wine consultant Andre Tchelistcheff once worked, and the property's farmhouse was used in a Bartels and Jaymes wine cooler commercial in the 1980s. The winery, winners of myriad awards, handcraft a Convivio companion wine culled from Merlot and Cabernet. They donate a portion of their profits to local nonprofit medical center Clinica Alianza.
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    10075 Highway 128
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Looking Glass Champagne + shopping
    If you're going to open another place to drink wine in Sonoma County, you better have a unique idea. Luckily Jennifer Merletti Penrose did. Sure, she had experience managing a local winery, but her father was in the retail industry, globetrotting for products and fashions to present to Rodeo Drive boutiques and affordable pieces to resell at Los Angeles swap meets. So, she combined the two industries with Looking Glass, a designer boutique where shoppers can also sip on glasses or flights of champagne. The studio has included a diverse mix of designers that includes everyone from Tom Ford to Whetherly, and the rotating selection of champagnes is hand-picked by the owner of Traverso Fine Foods. You can drop by the boutique anytime to shop and sip, and even rent the space for bridal showers, bachelorette parties, and lessons on what hangers look like.
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    332 Healdsburg Ave.
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Stark Wine
    Although the winemakers at Stark Wine specialize in small-lot vintages, inspired by wines from the Rh?ne and Mediterranean regions, don't misread their global influences?this is a thoroughly local wine company. Each vintage is made with grapes from sustainably-run California vineyards, and the results starkly highlight the grape's distinct flavors. The winery's name is no pun. The owners, husband-and-wife duo Christian and Jen Stark, shared their name with their winery, and much more. Christian, for instance, graduated from California Culinary Academy before realizing his passion lay more in the wines he matched with his meals. Today, you only need to sample the tasting room's cheese pairings to know someone on the premises has a culinary background.
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    441 Healdsburg Avenue
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Wattle Creek Winery
    Wattle Creek Winery's vineyards are sprawled across 56 prime acres in the Alexander Valley. The winery's location isn't just scenic?it also gives the winemakers access to the Russian River's alluvial soil, the mineral-rich landscape of the bordering hillsides, and, of course, Alexander Valley's famous grapes. They use these perks to produce exquisitely handcrafted wines, such as a cabernet sauvignon that earned 92 points from notable wine critic Robert Parker. Wattle Creek welcomes visitors for tours and barrel tastings.
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    25510 River Rd
    Cloverdale, CA US
  • Viszlay Vineyards
    Overseen by a father-son team of vintners, Viszlay Vineyards produces elegant and balanced small-lot estate wines backed by tradition and a nearly two decades old vineyard. Nestled in the Russian River Valley, the 10-acre vineyard's sustainably farmed vines burst with 12 grape varietals, including the only prosecco grapes in Sonoma County. Its award-winning vintages ferment in a 1,300-square-foot winery building with high ceilings for visiting satyrs.
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    851 Limerick Ln.
    Healdsburg, CA US

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