Visit

Spend the day with us!

Schedule a wine tasting, pack a picnic to enjoy in the park, and tour the Sonoma Plein Air exhibit in the winery's art gallery. Walk-ins are welcome in the tasting room or groups can make a reservation for a private tasting.
 

Winery Experiences:

Tasting Room

Sample a flight of 4 wines ($15) or enjoy wine by the glass in our main tasting room.  We invite you to stroll through the Plein Air Exhibit or relax on the back patio.


The Oak Knoll

Purchase wines by the glass or bottle on the patio or the Oak Knoll. 

Reservations suggested, required for groups of 6+. Picnics & outside food are not permitted on the Knoll.


Vineyard Tour & Tasting

Enjoy a 30 minute walk in the vineyard with one of our knowledgeable hosts followed by a guided tasting of our portfolio on the Oak Knoll (weather permitting). $35 per person

Offered at 11:30 a.m. Friday - Sunday. Reservations required.  

Private Tour & Tasting by reservation only, $45/person.


Art Gallery:

The Bartholomew Estate Winery has invited Sonoma’s Plein Air Foundation to present their members’ works on a rotating schedule in the gallery adjacent to the tasting room. Visitors can stroll through the exhibit taking their time to enjoy the art and the wine and perhaps find themselves in love with a piece to bring home. Proceeds from the art sales directly support art programming in the local public schools.


Groups of 8 or more people:

We kindly request prior reservation for groups of 8 or more.  

We require a credit card on file to confirm reservations of 15 or more, and will charge the card the morning of the reservation.

Vehicles larger than 18 person vans are not permitted on the estate property.

To inquire about private group tastings or small private events at the winery, please email us at info@bartestate.com



Bartholomew Park Wine Garden:

Pack a picnic, purchase a bottle of Bartholomew Estate wine and soak in the beauty of the Sonoma Valley landscape. Seating is open and free to all.


For more on picnics at Bartholomew Park, please visit the foundation's website 

http://www.bartholomewpark.org/foundation/


Hiking:

Explore the 3-mile trail taking in the duck pond and windmill, weaving through mature oaks, madrones, redwoods and vineyards following wildflowers up the log steps and cresting at a view of the San Francisco bay.

Trails are moderate to difficult in places - please proceed with caution, especially with children.


 

Parking gates close when full capacity is reached. 
 

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