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Gundlach Bundschu Winery, Sonoma

(4/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • I live in Sonoma and hadn't been to GunBun in a while, so I jumped on the chance to participate in their new GunBun Underground tasting. The experience, which is a mere $40, started with a splash of t...  more »
  • Arrive on a beautiful day and tour the beautiful grounds. Walk around the picnic area, see the vineyards, the valley and pond and then...enter the sampling room. This is a package deal-enjoy the exper...  more »
  • We were there during a rare heavy rain period ... so instead of taking the Pinzgauer out for a tour of the grounds, we ended up on a walking tour (due to the possibility for erosion). It was still won...  more »
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  • This place is a staple of any trip I've taken to Napa/Sonoma. We appreciate the laid back staff, lovely picnic area and bike racks. Very picturesque and really nice vibrant wines.
  • I've brought people to the winery multiple times and experiences vary. The tasting room itself is often busy and crowded; opt for the outdoor tasting area if it is open. The cave tour is also a great way to get away from the crowds and taste the wine in cooler conditions. If you're willing to forego the tasting, you can buy wines by the glass or bottle and have a picnic on the beautiful grounds. The wines themselves are balanced and elegant; among my favorites in Sonoma--but I don't base my rating on that because taste is very subjective.
  • Cool spot. The outside area is neat and a nice alternative to the tasting room, which can get crowded. Very enjoyable time here.
  • Great history, great setting, great wine. Non-pretentious but of the highest quality. A great, laid back, out of the way spot to bring your wine loving guests.
  • This is probably the most touristy of the Sonoma wineries I visited on my trip out here, but it's enjoyable none the less. A thorough tasting in a picturesque location. Seems a lot of people come to drink moreso than they come to really learn a lot or anything though.