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Hook & Ladder Vineyards & Winery, Santa Rosa
(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I visited Hook and Ladder during the Wine and Food Affair weekend. Overall, I was not impressed with their wines. Granted, their prices were lower than most of their neighboring wineries; however, for...  more »
  • We showed up on Labor Day with a group of five, looking for somewhere to enjoy wine and the warm weather. This place did not disappoint. Their wines are delicious the Station 10 Zin and Guwertz were a...  more »
  • This family winery is worth the drive. Peaceful setting. It is named in honor of Cecil DeLoach the founder and a former fireman. The decor has firefighters jerseys from all over the country. Oak barre...  more »
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  • I thought their wine was fabulous. Even became a wine club member. Their wine maker came from Peju so it explains why its so amazing!
  • Not sure I'd take the advice of a review that confused the word "there" with "their," but Hook & Ladder is absolutely fantastic. We were there on a Tuesday afternoon and Devon was so friendly and knowledgeable that we felt we were getting the full wine tasting experience. We ended up meeting Beverly later, and she was fantastic as well. The wine was really great and we ended walking away with a reasonably priced bottle of their popular "Tillerman." I highly recommend visiting them.
  • Why anyone would purchase wine from the Hook and Ladder is baffling. Third rate wines brought to you by some of the very worst people in the wine industry which is saying a lot. There farming practices are among the worst in the industry. Bad people, Bad wine...
  • Great wines at amazing prices. Michael was awesome.
  • Always a solid variety of wines and usually really nice people working.