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Raymond Burr Vineyards, Healdsburg

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#46 of 67 in Wineries in Healdsburg
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
A boutique winery with award-winning wines, overlooking the vineyards and Dry Creek Valley with picnicking under shaded oak trees and a beautiful view of Geyser Peak! Open everyday for complimentary tastings from 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM.
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Where to stay in Healdsburg

Embracing the region's winemaking heritage, Healdsburg provides a large number of hotels and bed and breakfasts, located both in the center and the city's scenic outskirts. To stay close to some of the town's most popular restaurants and bars, book a room near the town plaza. Those planning a longer holiday should consider booking a vacation rental in one of the residential neighborhoods, which is a more budget-friendly option.
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  • Perfect! As I said before we went to many unique places, including several vineyards, but this by far was our favorite. It felt so intimate and personal. I was sad to leave!  more »
  • This little place won our hearts. We didn't grow up in the Perry Mason era but our parents did and we try to keep that alive within ourselves. The service was lovely. Free wine tastings. We tasted eve...  more »
  • Every time we head to Dry Creek we make it a point to stop at Raymond Burr. Staff is so nice and you really feel at home in their tasting room. Great wines. Especially like the Chardonnay and CabFranc...  more »
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  • We've originally went there almost by accident, but the people at the winery were so great we wound up eating lunch there and tasting some really excellent wine. With a famous name on wineries there's always the question of if it's the name or the wine being sold. IMHO the wine is the emphasis here and they really succeed. It's not a big winery and they only produce a few different varietals, but we like all of them.