California's oldest family-run winery looks like a castle, but has a down-to-earth vibe. Founded 1858 by a Bavarian immigrant, its...
Little kids adore Traintown, 1 mile south of the plaza. A miniature steam engine makes 20-minute loops ($5.75), and six other vintage...
Barn cats dart about at this down-home winery, where the tasting room is a garage, and the winemaker crafts standout ports and...
Enoteca Della Santina
Thirty global vintages by the glass let you compare what you’re tasting in California with the rest of the world’s wines.
Lines snake out the door peak times at this farm-to-table roadside diner. We prefer the indoor tables, but will happily accept a picnic...
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Gundlach-Bundschu Winery information
California's oldest family-run winery looks like a castle, but has a down-to-earth vibe. Founded 1858 by a Bavarian immigrant, its signatures are gewürztraminer and pinot noir, but ‘Gun-Bun’ was the first American winery to produce 100% merlot. Down a winding lane, it’s a terrific bike-to winery, with picnicking, hiking and a lake. Tour the 2000-barrel cave ($20) by reservation only. Bottles are $22 to $45.