End of an Era: Winery Closing October 2018
We will be closing our doors at Bartholomew Park Winery on October 28th, 2018. Please visit our FAQ page or call the winery at 707.030.3026 for more information. We look forward to celebrating the next chapter with you.
We invite you to visit our organic vineyards, historic winery and bucolic park grounds on your next visit to Sonoma. Whether you’re looking to do a tasting of our estate or single-vineyard reserve wines, or just enjoy a bottle with a casual picnic on a blanket in the park, you can find it here.
The Bartholomew Park Winery tasting room and museum are open Thursday-Monday from 11:00am to 4:30pm*.
*Closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day
Please note, our tasting room will now be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays as we prepare for the winery’s closure at the end of October. Wine club shipments will also be available for pick-up at our sister winery, Gundlach Bundschu, as a convenience for our members.
Standard Tasting (Walk-In)
Groups of up to seven can walk-in for a standard tasting at our tasting room bar, including four current release wines.
$15 per person, fee waived with purchase of 3 bottles.
Reserve Tasting (Walk-In)
Groups of up to seven can walk-in for a reserve tasting at our tasting room bar. Includes four estate wines plus our featured release, in Riedel stemware, from our new Abbot's Passage collection of small-lot, co-fermented field blends from storied Sonoma vineyards.
$25 per person.
Private Tastings & Group Reservations
Parties of 8 or more require a group reservation. Private experiences include private tastings, food and wine pairings, yoga in the vineyard and catered lunches al fresco, available by appointment. Visit our group reservations page for details.
Public Park Grounds
The stunning 300-acre park in which our historic winery is situated offers vineyard walks, a 3-mile hike with views of Mt Tam, verdant lawns, a gazebo with historic artifacts, as well as 2 dozen picnic tables with picture-perfect views of the vineyards.
The park is run by the Bartholomew Park Foundation, a non-profit entity whose mission is to preserve and protect this historic site. Groups of 8 or more require permission from the Foundation to use the picnic areas: 707.938.2244. No buses over 20 seats are allowed into the park.