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Bella Vineyards and Wine Caves

Updated: Jan 12


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  • Located in Dry Creek Valley about 7 miles west of Healdsburg.

  • Small family-owned.

  • Lynn and Scott Adams are the proprietors.

  • Lunch time?

  • Stop at the Dry Creek General Store or Big John’s Market for picnic goodies.


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  • Enjoy the scenic drive to the truly picturesque property with eye pleasing views.

  • Enter the 6,500 sq ft. cave, a novelty at Bella, for your wine tasting experience.

  • The cave has a: Romantic, chandelier, candle lit, cozy, elegant type vibe.

  • Directly above the cave are 85 year old zinfandel vines.


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  • Friendly staff greet you in the cave.

  • Cave rooms are available for scheduled seated tastings.

  • Open daily from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm.

  • Tasting Fee: $20pp, no reservations needed.

  • There is a wine tasting bar at the very back of the cave.


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  • Appointment Tasting Options:

  • Private Tasting: $35 pp. 5 wine flight.

  • Ten Acre (second label) Terrace Tasting: $35 pp. Allow 60 min.

  • Tour options:

  • Cave Tour $45pp

  • Vintage truck tour in vineyard $75pp

  • Blend Your Own Wine Tour $65 pp


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  • All tours by appt only, and reservations must be made one week prior.

  • Food Pairing: $85 pp

  • Enjoy a midday meal at the top of Lilly Hill.

  • OR 3 course dinner $175 pp. Candle lit in the cave, reservations needed.

  • In Dry Creek Valley AVA, Zinfandel is the kingpin wine.

  • Bella Winery is known for their highly rated Zinfandels.


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  • Dog and Kid friendly.

  • Lots to do outside the cave.

  • Play a friendly game of corn hole or a fun bean bag game.

  • Bella Wines: Zinfandel, Rose, Pinot Noir

  • Wine Prices: average is $25 to $45

  • Grapes are sourced from Dry Creek Russian River, and Sonoma Coast AVA’s


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