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If you have a chance to get here before they close, check it out. They are a sister winery of Gundlach Bundschu and the winery is closing. The tasting we had was good and the ladies who served us so nice. A tasting is $15/...More
They had only a few of their wines left. All other tasting comes from GunBun. If you want any of the left overs, or see their nice small museum, go very soon. If not, skip it and go directly to GunBun down the road.
Bartholomew Park Winery, long a source of excellent Sonoma Valley wines, will be closing in October; don't miss the chance to enjoy their excellent wines before they are gone. Operated by Gun Bun, the tasting room staff will relocated to that nearby tasting room. Bartholomew...More
This was the first stop in wine country on our trip, and so happy it was! The history was amazing and the wine was outstanding! There are picnic tables all around the property where you can enjoy the outdoors and views of olive trees and...More
A perfect day in Sonoma Valley! The Bartholomew Park Winery welcomes dogs, so that's where we were headed with my son's new puppy. It's quite a lovely spot, with bright flower beds and shaded tables placed under the huge old Live OakTrees, with views down...More
Bartholomew has a small friendly tasting room staffed by knowledgeable servers. There is a small historical museum attached with fun photos of local wine producing families lining the hallway. The grounds are spectacular with expansive views and beautiful fields of mustard flowers. Picnic tables and...More
We had a very good time tasting the wines from Bartholomew Park Winery.
The lady who served us was interesting and we had a nice chat, I would definitely recommend going there.
I believe it is also part on a winery tours you can bike,...More
This one was recommended to us by our hotel concierge because we were looking for a place to stop and picnic during our Sonoma wine tour. This park & winery was a perfect spot. Lots of local history. BOGO tasting with coupon. :)
Warm and welcoming wine tasting staff touting they produced the best Sauvignon Blanc - they were right! The cabernets were also tasty. The wines can only be bought at the winery, so suggest you buy a few bottles.
We were driving out of town and decided to make one more stop at Bartholomew Park- happy we did!
The tasting was $10/each(or around). We loved all the wines we tasted- esp the Antonia- and our service. The property was beautiful! This would be a...More