Updated: Jan 12
When someone puts a glass of wine in my hands, I want to sip and stroll.
Quivira, pronounced (key-vera), is the perfect wine-strolling spot.
Part winery and part farm.
120 raised garden beds that change with the season.
In the spring colorful flowers burst from these garden beds and are so cheery.
Stroll by chickens, veggies, an incredible fig tree, bee hives, and a little pond.
As I was strolling, I almost forgot for a second I was in Healdsburg.
Almost feels like you’re exploring a french garden.
The New York Times named Quivira one of the top wineries to visit if you have 36 hours in Sonoma County.
Architectural Digest Called Quivira one of the “Most Beautiful Biodynamic Wineries In The World.”