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Homewood Winery, Sonoma
(4.5/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • How nice wine! the hosts made me feel at ease I was wine tasting! It was pretty busy day and they were so nice and walked me thru all their wine and specials. I did loved their wines that I ended up o...  more »
  • Wines priced reasonably - tasting well done. Rarely do we order wines but ended up with a case and wish I would have purchased two. Recommend the stop 
  • I typically try to avoid the large, commercial, over-priced wineries of Napa and seek out small, specialized wineries. Homewood fits into that description with flying colors. When you arrive, you'll f...  more »
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  • Small but cozy. Had great wine. I like it very sweet and Rick honed in on my taste buds perfectly. Very cool little place. Had a great experience. The wine tasting was $10 but they wave the fee if you buy at least two bottles which we did because it tasted so good
  • Very aptly named, everything about this winery is "homey" and down to Earth, from the friendly and laid back staff, to the cozy tasting room, and the unpretentious grounds. As for the wines, this is less of a place that aims to iterate and perfect a small number of varietals; rather, the winemaker picks what turns out well that year and makes a lot of different wines. I wouldn't recommend taking a "wine snob" here; it's more suited for a group of people with diverse tastes that don't want to break the bank.
  • Our favorite winery, no contest. The staff was knowledgeable and geared the conversation to our wine level. We knew nothing about wine tasting and she guided us through the 5 "S"'s. Learning how to properly smell wine was only bested by trying their dessert wines. Everything was delicious and such a wonderful experience. It's a small winery and has all the benefits you'd expect. Very enjoyable.
  • Very informative in terms of tasting but unlike other wineries that I saw on the tour, this one sources grapes from other wineries within 75 miles of its location. Unfortunately during the tasting I was put off by the smell of manure in the air - when we left I realised we were very close to a small dairy farm. Ughh. I do however remember the sweet Zinfandel is really tasty and if you are from overseas and order over ten bottles (of anythjng I believe), they ship it for free. Not bad for wine buffs!
  • One of our stops on the wine tour. John is very knowledgeable and there was a cosy tasting room called Redder is Better (how cute is that!). This place blends good grapes harvested from other wineries together, selecting the very best!