Updated: Jan 12
No appointment necessary.
Located in Dry Creek Valley close to downtown Healdsburg.
Tasting Flight is $15 and waived with 2 bottle purchase.
Dogs allowed on leash. Lexi, @sonomawinedog LOVES this place.
A very kid friendly place too.
Large tasting room with three separate bar areas.
Also home to the VML tasting room.
The winery includes a biodynamic working farm, goats, sheep, chickens, and a salmon habitat in the creek.
Non members can sit in the olive grove even on weekends.
Walk-ins DURING THE WEEK ONLY can sit on the red Adirondack chairs and the patio.
Weekends, MEMBERS ONLY have access to the red chairs and patio.
Picnics at Truett-Hurst are welcome; avoid bringing a cooler, pack a basket.
Snacks are available for purchase to eat outside.
Wander the property to see the farm, the critters, the groomed garden paths, the views.
Zinfandel is their flagship wine.
Nice variety of wine options:
Rosé, Chardonnay, Zinfandel, Gewurz, Sauv Blanc, Pinot Noir.
Wines range from $25-$48.
You May Not Know
Truett Hurst is a publicly traded wine company.
There are about 28 brands under the Truett Hurst umbrella.
Some of the different brands are distributed in Trader Joe’s and Safeway.
The first time I went to Truett Hurst was for Mother’s Day.
My mom enjoyed the farm feel and we captured some great mother/daughter photos.
We bought a bottle of cold Sauv Blanc and sat on the patio listening to live music.
We also walked the grounds with my dog and could not believe there was a babbling creek.
When my aunt and cousin came to visit last summer, we knew we wanted to take them here!
We stopped at Big Johns in downtown Healdsburg to pick up chips and salsa, sandwiches, salads and a picnic spread.
We sat down by the creek in the iconic red chairs.
It was an 100 degree summer day and were so thankful the creek area was shaded.