Updated: Jan 12
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.
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.