Wine Country Reopens for Tastings

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Sonoma County wineries have started plans to open up for in-person tastings. Based on guidelines from the state of California and Napa and Sonoma County vintner associations, multiple wineries are going the outdoor approach when it comes to reopening. 

Last week, Kendall-Jackson and La Crema both opened for outdoor wine tastings. This post will continue to be updated as more wineries announce their reopening.  Know of a winery that’s open for tasting? Let us know through this form or fill it out below

Sonoma County

Bricoleur Vineyards: Tastings range from $65-$90 and can only be made with an appointment.

Buena Vista: The historic winery is currently open with new hours and required reservations with a guest limit with outdoor seating only. Starting June 1, there will be boxed lunches or flights available with 48-hours notice.


Donum Estate: The winery will open June 1 for sculpture walks by reservation ($50). Wine tasting will not be available.

Flowers WineryFlowers will open for tastings starting June 12 with touchless, prepaid bottle service ($150 for nonmembers).

Jordan Winery: Open on June 11 for outdoor food and tastings and hikes.

La Crema: The winery reopened to the public over Memorial Day weekend.

Napa County

Ashes & Diamonds: The Napa winery is doing outdoor, contact-free wine tastings ($45–$125).

Stony Hill: Like with most Napa wineries, Stony Hill is taking appointments for tastings.

Corison Winery: Corison has three options for tastings, all require appointments.