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  • amazingsoccerman
    Maple Valley, WA51 contributions
    Super fun! We walked up and down the street and its amazing that all of the neighbors have art in their yards. Lots of imagination involved. I would say it's a must see if you are in the area.
    Written June 1, 2022
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  • John R
    Carlsbad, CA735 contributions
    The views and Bubbly "Champagne". The people here are so friendly and intelligent about their wines plus their competition. You can learn a lot here especially from "Kevin" and of course the CEO/President Joy. She adds so much to the event "Tasting" and conversation that you want to just stay for days and drink their great products. I would match Dom Perignon against The Wedding Cuvee any day and say that Iron Horse is better at under $70 not over $350 for Dom. Great Chardonnay's and pinot Noirs too so make sure you sign up for the Wine Club so you can get the best at an even better price.

    Cheers and our BEST to the sweetheart of Iron Horse "JOY"
    Written September 26, 2022
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  • Paul L
    Los Angeles, CA8 contributions
    Great venue. Highly recommend it. Perfect outdoor tasting “room” with tables and umbrellas. This outdoor patio is essentially in the vineyard itself. Wine was very good and the staff was fantastic. Ask for Ben. He’s “retired”, has a passion for wine and made the day for us. Very, very good experience and a perfect afternoon.
    Written February 13, 2022
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  • Claudia P
    Beverly, MA1 contribution
    Small tasting room but the BEST tasting host of our trip. We learned so much from him and loved all the wines. It was a drive from where we were staying in Sonoma but well worth the trip. Combined it with a visit to Armstrong Redwoods Park, another great spot.
    Written May 7, 2022
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  • Keith D
    Richardson, TX442 contributions
    We had an excellent experience tasting the lineup of Merry Edwards’ wines. A pioneer of California Pinot Noir, the winery sources from several excellent vineyards in the region. You’ll mostly see regional appellations in wine shops or restaurants so trying the single vineyard expressions was a joy. And they make a lovely Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay as well.
    Written September 17, 2022
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  • jlgourley
    Nashville, TN43 contributions
    I was introduced to Paul Hobbs several years ago, and it has become - by far - my favorite winery. I am not picky about wines; I enjoy a less expensive option just as much as a more expensive option. However, Paul Hobbs offers wines that are above and beyond. Even my unsophisticated palate recognizes the superiority of these wines! Truly a great value for the money. As far as the tasting goes, that was a treat as well! Tyson took excellent care of us, and we enjoyed a lovely food and wine pairing. We also took a brief tour of the grounds. This winery is a MUST for your next trip to Sonoma! (Or in our case, Napa; the drive is well worth it!)
    Written March 21, 2020
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  • Sandy G
    Petaluma, CA245 contributions
    This is a 1914 working sawmill museum and is a must see. The volunteer docents were wonderful, very knowledgeable, and shared their knowledge with all the visitors. The engines are only fired up 4 times a year (when the mill is open to the public). It is free to go on the tour, but donations are gladly accepted, and very well deserved. There is also a picnic lunch available for purchase - choices of hambugers, hot dogs, kraut dogs, chicken sandwiches, grilled cheese, several different sides, soft drinks, coffee, etc. and all at reasonable prices. Check the website for dates for 2020.
    Written October 12, 2019
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  • CaliforniaExplored
    Roseville, CA149 contributions
    Only had time for a very brief stop and wish we could have stayed longer. Cool place.
    Local artisans of food and drink celebrate the bounty of Sonoma at this large outdoor, industrial style marketplace. A trip to The Barlow is a fun place to stretch your legs and grab a bite or drink.
    Written February 22, 2019
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  • Bkingdom11
    Grindelwald, Switzerland20 contributions
    Having visited this amazing distillery I have had my eyes opened to a whole new world of flavours. The tasting room was fabulous. Their Sloe gin is simply the best I have ever tasted anywhere in the world and this is a must visit for anyone coming to the Bay area. Thank you Spirit works...
    Written August 3, 2019
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  • SonomaTrekker
    Sebastopol, CA227 contributions
    Ragle Ranch Park is Sebastopol's largest maintained park, and a nice place to walk among old oaks, have a picnic or take dogs. The park is 157 acres -- the front 50 has soccer fields, tennis courts, picnic areas, a playground & dog park, while the back 100 +/- has walking trails. The back trails are unpaved, fairly flat and well maintained. They get pretty wet in winter, boots recommended. The park is 1.3 miles from Main St. (25 min walk) and is a nice slice of nature. You can enjoy older oaks (photo opp!) just off the paved trail west of the volleyball court. If you park on the street you can enter for free, or you can pay $7 to park within the park.
    Written November 15, 2020
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  • aholyman
    Newbury, UK324 contributions
    We all found this vineyard to be top class. My Californian mates signed up to the cellar.

    It reminded me a lot of some of the wineries I have visited in Australia. Great views over the vines from the outside area.

    All the wines on tasting were excellent. My mates love Pinot Noir. So this was right up their street.

    We tasted some grapes near the car park. Gosh they were good.
    Written October 29, 2019
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  • Paul G
    Green Valley, AZ2 contributions
    Nicely paved. Seemed save with friendly bikers/hikers. Level and very easy. Don’t fear homeless remarks.
    Written August 8, 2022
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  • TEW49ers
    San Francisco, CA122 contributions
    We are happy to have chosen Furthermore for our one wine tasting on a recent weekend visit. Matt took good care of us. We bought several bottles. We didn't feel rushed to leave (it was over 2 hours!) from our comfortable, shaded table outside, and our 10 year old son was welcome here. We almost brought our dog but were glad to relax without him. The winery is lucky to have the nice table setup under the big tree.
    Written June 4, 2021
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  • Travel07930
    Chester, NJ16 contributions
    We experienced the Sebastopol Center for the Arts for the first time today. We found the current "Art Quilts" exhibition phenomenal. The level of artistry and craft skills displayed in the quilts extraordinary. What made the experience even more pleasant was the welcoming and friendly attitude of the art director and the volunteers. Exemplary! I think my phrase "Art for Everyone" is accurate given patience. The exhibitions change every 5 weeks so among the 10 that will be held each year and I'm sure at least one will touch you. Go and enjoy them.
    Written February 6, 2020
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  • fatkidfromcanada
    Saskatoon, Canada359 contributions
    Great spot, we had a nice stop here on our winery tour. Wonderful staff and nice atmosphere in this interesting little winery
    Written March 11, 2021
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