Time Out says
This scenic, historic winery is known for standout pinot noir and chardonnay. It was originally founded in 1953 by ambassador James D. Zellerbach, who returned to the US inspired after a sojourn in Burgundy; since 1975, the winery has been owned by the de Brye family. Perched at the southern tip of the Mayacamas range, the vineyard offers bird’s-eye views of Sonoma Valley and the San Pablo Bay. Though the facilities date back to 1956—which you can scope out on the tour—the small-batch wines are produced using state-of-the-art technology. For an extra $20, they’ll take you on a worthwhile detour into the barrel-aging cave, as well.
18596 Lomita Ave
|Cross street:||at Sonoma Hwy|
|Price:||Tastings from $45, by appointment|