#1 - Top 10
Wineries
in Santa Rosa

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"This place has the feel of an insider's secret...it's well worth the effort to find."
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Come Indulge Your Senses...

Paradise Ridge's Estate winery offers its visitors far more than fine wine; it is a Paradise for the senses. Guests are invited to wander through life-size sculptures in Marijke’s Grove, taste delicious wines while gazing upon panoramic views from an outdoor tasting bar, or explore Fountaingrove history and the tales of its legendary winemaker.

From the expansive leaf shaped deck, mahogany verandas and terracotta terrace, visitors can enjoy sweeping views from the magnificent Russian River Valley, to the rugged hillsides which perch over the Pacific Ocean. This is only a taste of what one can expect when visiting ‘Paradise’.

Enjoy a new adventure with our self guided Estate Vineyard Tour. For more information visit www.Sonomavineyardadventures.com    

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Santa Rosa Tasting Room:

To visit our Santa Rosa Estate Tasting Room: 4545 Thomas Lake Harris Drive, Santa Rosa
Phone (707) 528-9463
Tasting Room Hours: 11am to 5pm Daily
To contact our estate tasting room email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tasting Fee: $10.00 refundable with purchase
Groups of 10 or more must reserve in advance – higher tasting fees apply

Kenwood Tasting Room:
in 2008 Paradise  Ridge Winery opened a second tasting room and art gallery located on Highway 12 in Kenwood. Nestled in the heart of the Sonoma Valley this wonderful addition offers wine country visitors 'a taste of Paradise'.

To visit our Kenwood Tasting Room: 8860 Sonoma Highway, Kenwood
Phone (707) 282-9020
Kenwood Tasting Room Hours: 11am to 6pm Daily
To contact our Kenwood Tasting Room email  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tasting Fee: $10.00 refundable with purchase
Groups of 10 or more must reserve in advance – higher tasting fees apply