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Horse & Plow

Updated: Jan 12, 2023

  • Located in Sebastopol in west Sonoma County.

  • A small and family owned winery opened in 2016.

  • Hand crafted wine and cider production.


  • Chris Condos and wife, Suzanne Hagins are proprietors of Horse and Plow.

  • Experienced winemakers who now create their own wine brand.

  • Stay awhile to enjoy their Southern charm and hospitality.

  • Your beverage of choice could be by the glass, on tap, in a growler or a flight.


  • Tasting is inside an old, rustic style barn, tastefully remodeled with quirky/chic details.

  • Small tables, a couch, and chandeliers fashioned out of cider and wine bottles.

  • A secluded garden outside for comfortable seating and picnicking.

  • Closed Tuesday and Wed.

  • Open 11:00-5:00 all other days.

  • Walk-ins welcome.


  • Enjoy the unpretentious, laid back vibe.

  • On a hot day, sitting outside in the shade is pleasant.

  • Wander the apple orchard, picnic area, vegetable garden and visit the chicken coop.

  • On the large wooden wagon out front, produce is often displayed and ready for purchase.


  • Pet and kid friendly.

  • Corn hole is a great way to keep the kids occupied.

  • Meet Athena, the lab, who greets people.


  • Tasting $15 pp of four wines or four ciders; fee waived with purchase of 2 bottles.

  • $10 pp for three ciders

  • Food and non-alcoholic beverages are offered for purchase.

  • Try the Charcuterie plate with local artisan cheeses.


  • Wines: Rosé, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Grenache

  • Draft Horse —Red, Cab Franc, Pinot Noir,

  • Their Gardener label is for small lot, higher end Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

  • Wine Prices: $20-$30 range


  • In 2012 they purchased the property, tore down the barn and built a new barn.

  • The new barn has the same footprint and salvaged materials from the original barn.


  • Chris makes the white wines, and Suzanne’s specialty is Pinot Noir and Grenache

  • Their motto: Natural wine, natural farming, always.


  • Four types of Cider ready to take home in a growler.

  • 20 different apple varieties are used to make their ciders.


  • Consider renting their AirBnB on the property.

  • They host large groups (50+) with reservations.

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