Cellars of Sonoma

707-578-1826 133 4th Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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Cellars of Sonoma offers savvy wine consumers the ability to sample and purchase boutique, small lot wines not available in the traditional marketplace. In addition to offering exclusive, handcrafted wines for purchase, Cellars of Sonoma provides regularly scheduled educational and special events geared toward Sonoma County residents and visitors alike. The experience that Cellars of Sonoma offers its guests is not like a traditional wine retail shop but rather one that is akin to being in the tasting room of an upscale, family-owned winery. The ambiance is meant to give our visitors a more authentic and memorable Sonoma wine country experience. In providing difficult to find, small lot wines to consumers, Cellars of Sonoma offers a valuable distribution channel to its vintner partners. – Description from CellarsofSonoma

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