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Lambert Bridge

Updated: Jan 12


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Ambiance

  • When I think of Lambert Bridge I think of stunning wine country ambiance for each season.

  • Winter:

  • A crackling fireplace inside the tasing room.

  • A Christmas Tree that puts Martha Stewart to shame.

  • Boughs of evergreen hang from wooden banisters.

  • Spring:

  • Purple wisteria blooms.

  • A covered walkway leads to the tasting room and drips with wisteria.

  • Summer:

  • Picnicking.

  • A meticulously manicured outdoor grass area.

  • Fall:

  • Breathtaking.

  • Lambert Bridge itself has this rustic, cabin, English countryside vibe.

  • Many of the trees on the Lambert Property burst with fall colors.

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Cost: 

  • Cost per tasting at the bar is $30.

  • Tasting is waived with a purchase of 6 bottles.

  • A Seated tasting in the barrel room is $40 (requires appointment)

  • $75 Tasting Fee if you want to sit in the intimate cellar room.

  • Wines range from $30-$80

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Appointment Needed? 

  • No!

  • Guests are welcome to use picnic grounds.

  • You don’t even need to do a tasting to use the picnic grounds. Lambert Bridge does ask that you buy wine. They recommend one bottle for every 2 people.

  • Consider reserving a table.

  • Lambert Bridge is a very desirable place to wine-taste in Dry Creek Valley.

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Wine Pick

  • 2013 Chardonnay

  • My friend, Tina, the blond in the middle of the pic above…

  • She LOVES Chardonnay and refers to it as Chardzies.

  • Tina, my expert Chardzies drinker, approves HIGHLY of this wine.

  • Lambert Bridge has a wide variety of wines for every palate.

  • Sauv Blanc, Chards, Viognier, ZIN, Petite Sirah, Merlot, Malbec, Cab.

  • I think I even saw a rosé, which came out this year!

Dog Approved

  • Very dog friendly.

  • Allowed inside the tasting room and in the picnic area.

  • I THINK they even have a dog bed in the tasting room to keep animals cozy.

  • You may see a dog curled up by the huge Lambert Bridge Fireplace.

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