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Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

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The old claim that Santa Rosa is "Where Everything Comes Together" remains undeniably true, at least when it comes to its accommodations. Although you can always stay in San Francisco, just an hour to the south, Santa Rosa offers plenty of lodging options to suit every traveler's budget. You can choose from among luxury hotels, vacation rental homes, and inns, all within minutes of downtown. If you prefer to rough it in wine country, choose one of the area's rustic campgrounds.
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  • I'm a Napa Valley native but I do like to explore over here in Sonoma sometimes, we actually visited the tasting room in Kenwood , we had asked the wine servers at Kunde where can we find sparkling wi...  more »
  • We were staying in Santa Rosa and I knew I wanted to visit Paradise Ridge. The photos with the sculptures looked amazing. We landed in San Francisco and drove straight there. Getting up at the crack o...  more »
  • It was a wonderful and unexpected visit. The views are amazing and the ambience very low key. Definitely plan on coming back to have a Wednesday evening dinner.  more »
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  • The staff was amazing and the wine was superb love the auroma and the taste of the wine totally goes with the sunset over the vineyards.
  • Beautiful Winery! Special Event Space too.
  • Wines & Sunsets was fun. We never went before, we went with friends all the wine we tried was good Chardonnay was a stand out. 4 stars because I'm picky
  • Okay, I'm not a big wine drinker and in fact I have never set foot inside their tasting room! But the sculptures scattered around this place are wonderful. I've been told there is only one permanent sculpture on the property so things change from time to time. I love to visit this place to see the epic sized artworks and all who I have taken along have also loved it. Best of all, the price is perfect--free!
  • We're club members who used to love this place. The wines are still great, the sparkling shirazz when they have it is unique, the sculpture garden is special. This was the perfect winery until they recently stopped being dog-friendly. Their dog-friendliness was one of the main reasons we joined their club. They also just restricted their picnic area to club members, which seems too "exclusive" for our tastes. Our dog is family. If he can't come with us, then Paradise Ridge and we must sadly part ways. I will add that the presence of a pizza oven outside seemed a less-than-disingenuous reason not to allow dogs in any of the outdoor areas of the winery within reach of the tasting room. The pizza oven sits in a remote corner of one of many patios exposed to every manner of wildlife roaming up to it at any hour of the day or night, from squirrels and foxes to deer and deer mice. I'm not sure how having a dog on one of their other outdoor patios would be offensive to matters of hygeine under California law or common sense or pose a greater risk than the wildlife.