In addition to our signature nature walk and tasting, we are now partnered with The Rooftop at Harmon Guest House to offer a 45-minute three wine flight tasting with charcuterie. This is an in-town tasting option for a more expedient introduction to our wines and the important all-weather contingency plan! Enjoy our wines, and take the opportunity to explore Healdsburg’s newest hotspot. Harmon Guest House is a chic, art-filled destination right off the plaza and boasts a majestic rooftop bar with view of Fitch Mountain, it is the sister hotel to popular Healdsburg Hotel and H2.

For bookings submit this form to start an email conversation about your inquiry or call Alice (707) 509-9695.


Join Alice Sutro for a tour of the 25-year-old Cab vines and terraced Merlot block, with a nature walk through the oaks including a visit to landmark Chalk Hill, views of the Russian River, Mt. St Helena and Geyser Peak. This ultimate wine country experience offers a unique chance to visit a historic family owned and operated property since 1911: Warnecke Ranch, home to Sutro Wine Co. Following the light hike, taste our current vintage in the comfort and beauty of James Beard Award winning SHED or country-chic Jimtown Store or Healdsburg’s newest hot spot: The Rooftop at Harmon Guest House. The flight is accompanied by a paired selection of meats & cheeses from the larder.

For bookings submit this form to start an email conversation about your inquiry or call Alice (707) 509-9695.
$45 Per Person (refunded with 6 bottle minimum purchase per person)
Includes 3 wines and a bountiful mezza or charcuterie plate.
Tours are limited to 10 people.
Please book at least 48 hours in advance.

Allow 90 minutes for the tour & tasting and we are approximately 25 minutes from Healdsburg. We recommend guests have their own transportation, if planning to use Uber please let us know in advance. In case of inclement weather, tours will be abbreviated to tasting only. Read here for a feature article about our unique tasting experience in Made Local Magazine.

Food photo credit: Jonas Henningsson