Updated: Jan 12
When I think of Lambert Bridge I think of stunning wine country ambiance for each season.
A crackling fireplace inside the tasing room.
A Christmas Tree that puts Martha Stewart to shame.
Boughs of evergreen hang from wooden banisters.
Purple wisteria blooms.
A covered walkway leads to the tasting room and drips with wisteria.
A meticulously manicured outdoor grass area.
Lambert Bridge itself has this rustic, cabin, English countryside vibe.
Many of the trees on the Lambert Property burst with fall colors.
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
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.
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!
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.