Jacuzzi Family Vineyards, Sonoma

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Learn about Italian wines and the history of the Jacuzzi family on a tour of Jacuzzi Family Vineyards. On your tour of this family-owned vineyard, you will have the chance to taste five wines produced here. Plus, you'll get to view doors, windows, and a Murano glass chandelier brought over from Italy. Tours happen multiple times daily. In addition to the basic tour, you can add the chance to taste cheeses and sample olive oils as well. There are tables and chairs in the back courtyard from for picnics. According to vineyard etiquette, you should buy a bottle of wine from the winery in order to use the picnic facilities. Private tastings are available by appointment. Use our Sonoma trip itinerary tool to add Jacuzzi Family Vineyards and other attractions to your Sonoma vacation plans.
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  • We took a tour to Muir Forest and this was one of the vineyards we visited. The best one on the tour. Thought we may smell smoke or see just a burnt mess. Glad this was not near it. Did see small amou...  more »
  • Had a great day at Jacuzzi and did their $10 for 5 samples deal. You can then use that $10 toward a bottle of wine. After buying a bottle we toured the grounds. Beautiful place and it was very clean. ...  more »
  • Cool little place with very good wine. Unlike other places in Sonoma this place has a laidback vibe with good wine to taste. Overall worth a stop.  more »
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  • This was our first stop heading towards Sonoma. They have an olive tasting room on the right and a wine tasting on the left. This place gets pretty crowded because they have free tastings for both. The olive oils were interesting, had lots of different flavors to try but most were too fruity for my liking. On the wine tasting side, the bar was packed and kind of loud. Luckily a couple was finishing up and offered us their spot. Our server as an older gentleman named Don. I had the winery finder app for free reserve tasting but I don't think he knew what it was and just said, our tastings are free, not sure if the reserve wines are included in the free tasting. So you're supposed to get 5 tastings but Don let us try more, probably over 50% of the menu. He was very informative about both the family and wine making process. Plus he was personable, cracking jokes here and there making our first tasting fun and interesting. We weren't expecting much from this winery since they offered free tastings and it was started by the company that made jacuzzi spas but we're surprised that we actually liked some of them. We walked out back and there's a covered courtyard, looks like it's for private events. Further out, there's a fountain but not much else do or areas to walk and explore the grounds.
  • Went on a Saturday so we expected it to be a little busy, but it was very busy. Felt a little corporate and the wine was ok. Maybe a better experience if you're already a little buzzed and with a group of people. Complimentary wine and olive oil tastings so it was definitely economical.
  • Loved this winery and the history behind the family. The facility is very well maintained. This place also has olive oil tastings which are very good.
  • Tasted 5 wines as part of the tasting and then went to the bar where you can choose 5 more wines to taste complimentary. You can also taste a many different olive oils and balsamic vinegars with small breads. Service wasn't amazing, but friendly and grounds were very nice and photogenic.
  • Beautiful inside and outside. Good wines and incredibly friendly staff! Fun events if you join the wine club. Convenient location to Marin. Cline across the street is owned by the same family and that is also an excellent winery to visit. Cheers!

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