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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. Jacuzzi Family Vineyards is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Sonoma Edition.
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  • We saw the winery on the way into town and thought we'd need to stop there. While were in town Jacuzzi was one of the wines offered at a restaurant we stopped at, my wife tried it and liked it. So we ...  more »
  • I guess I just can't resist a good wine that is available only through a wine club. These are inexpensive Italian varietals and well suited to the Sonoma area. No national distribution so you have to ...  more »
  • A prestigious area where the Italian varietals are in the spotlight. We start by discovering a large property, gigantic tasting rooms transformed into Christmas store Grand and well stocked from a whole bunch of accessories and gifts to the weapons of the Jacuzzi. You bathe (gotta make it) in the high-end of the memory. You can also taste the olive oils that are worth a visit and are presented in very different forms. Delicious! Let the wine as we're still here for that. The grape varieties are Italian: Barbara, Sangrantino, Montepulciano, Valpolicella, etc. The wines are lively, elegant, racy and full-bodied. I have a weakness for the Montepulciano of Abruzzi and the Sangrantino of Umbria, the origins of my family speak. The tasting is free except for the 'Réserve' and also, in this case, if you buy wine, not even a bottle, which is not a great effort in view of the excellent quality of the wines. Prices are very fair and, so, there is nothing to pleasure by visiting the vineyard of the Jacuzzi family to which I say "bravo!"
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  • I absolutely love this place. The compound is beautiful, our host Abby is also very kind and knowledgeable. She shared all about the Jacuzzi family history and how it came about. We could also try the grapes which were ready for harvest and oh they were so sweet! I especially liked the Olive Oil section of the shop where we could try all olive products, totally my thing!
  • This place is quite something. Historic in nature, and the tours are superbly informative! Our tourguide showed us some great wines of the Jacuzzi family, introduced us to the history behind how the same family created the famous hot tubs, and got into the creation of early-days aeroplanes as well. Make sure you take a walk around the vineyards and buildings - they are fabulously beautiful. No regrets coming to this amazing place! Oh, don't forget to end off at the shops that lets you taste test olives and flavoured olive oil - they are super yummy!
  • Our favorite winery! Tastings are still free here. They also have olive oil tasting, a nice event (wedding etc.) area, and a members-only tasting room. We like to get sandwiches from Angelo's (just down the road) and sit outside to eat them with our tasting.
  • Start off any wine trip by coming to Jacuzzi! The staff is warm, welcoming and very knowledgeable in regards to their wines and the other vineyards! Best of all- 5 different wine tastings are complimentary... Free!!! My group and I always either start our trips off with Jacuzzi to grab some rare (to us at least) snacks (herman the germans!) or we close our wine trips here with a bottle of red (any they're all tasty!) overlooking their view in the back.
  • Omg this winery is just so lovely with a wonderful story of a family of inventors Including the plane propeller and the hot tub. The wine... Well I really enjoyed one of the whites but I wasn't really keen on the rest. There's more tasting you can do in the main tasting room but we were lucky enough to do a few in their gorgeous barrel room with its marble doorway, St Theresa paintings and stained glass windows. Very popular for events esp weddings. The garden, the Neptune fountain, the merlot and Pinot vines which they let us pick the grapes to try (so sweet) transports you to the Italian countryside. Aaaaaghhh, stay away from their shop as you will burn thru cash with the amazing olive oil and vinegar on offer! On the tasting room side, more wine country paraphernalia as well as jewellery, scarves, etc - I mean, I bought a poncho! And remember to look up and admire the Murano glass chandelier. Jacuzzi Family Winery is a must-visit when in Sonoma Wine Country.