Located in the meticulously restored, historic Vallejo-Casteñada adobe in downtown Sonoma, Three Sticks Wines features intimate wine tasting experiences ($35-$200; some with food pairings) that involve history, art and a true sense of home. There are several places throughout the property where you can enjoy the signature Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon crafted by winemaker Bob Cabral.
The historic Vallejo-Casteñada Adobe is the longest occupied residence in Sonoma and one of the town’s few remaining buildings from California’s Mexican period. Constructed by Captain Salvador Vallejo (the infamous brother of General Mariano Vallejo) in 1842, the Adobe has been carefully restored by owners Bill and Eva Price. The Prices now house a private tasting room for their Three Sticks wine label in the historic building. Visitors can tour the Adobe and take in the history, while tasting Pinots and Chardonnays and then finish the experience with a a meal prepared by the celebrated chefs at El Dorado Kitchen.