Reservations

Sonoma County Wineries Near the Camellia Inn

Surrounding the Inn are 3 renowned wine growing regions; the Dry Creek, Alexander and Russian River Valleys and dozens of wine hospitality rooms for the areas premier wineries.

Winery tours can be arranged by limousine, jeep, van, fire truck or bike.

Camellia Cellars

Our award-winning winery closed in June, 2011. We thank you for your support over the years.

Armida Winery

Recent intergalactic survey rates Armida Winery the #1 tourist destination in the universe. Stop by for an experience that is out of this world.
Armida Winery

Bella Vineyards & Wine Caves

Explore the Bella wine cave and experience gold medal winning Zinfandels and Syrahs. An excellent opportunity to try extremely limited, estate grown wines.
Bella Vineyards & Wine Caves

Davis Family Vineyards

Davis Family Vineyards is a small family winery with strong passions about wine. They believe wine is an essential element in life - adding a delicious extra layer to both meals and to friendships.
Davis Family Vineyards

Everett Ridge

Everett Ridge is the second oldest winery in Dry Creek Valley, dating back to 1878. A fully restored large redwood barn on the property was first built in the early 1900s. The winery specializes in Zinfandel, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay From the Sonoma, Dry Creek Valley, Russian River, Cole Ranch, and Alexander Valley appellations.
Everett Ridge Vineyards and Winery

Frick Winery

Hidden away on a back road you will discover Frick's tasting house. All Frick Wines are grown on hillsides surrounding the winery in the Dry Creek Valley Appellation of Sonoma County.
Frick Winery

Ferrari-Carano Vineyards & Winery

Located at the north end of beautiful Dry Creek Valley, Ferrari-Carano's Wine Shop at Villa Fiore is one of California's most enchanting wine country destinations. Visitors will enjoy magnificent gardens and world class wines.
Ferrari-Carano Vineyards & Winery

Gary Farrell Wines

This winery is set on a ridge-top s among native redwood, oak, and madrone trees. The spacious tasting room has sweeping views of the Russian River Valley below.
Gary Farrell Wines

Hop Kiln Winery

A Russian River Valley destination for more than 100 years, Hop Kiln is a must see landmark. They are committed to preserving the colorful character of the historic ranch while creating fine wine, developing state-of-the-art vineyards and hosting a friendly, spacious visitor center.
Hop Kiln Winerym

Iron Horse Vineyards

Iron Horse is a marriage of two vineyards; the Sterling family estate in Green Valley and son-in-law Forrest Tancer's T-bar-T ranch in the Alexander Valley. They produce a full range of delicious wines and the winery is located in one of the prettiest vineyard settings in all California.
Iron Horse Vineyards

J Vineyards & Winery

Experience artfully prepared wine and food pairings. Tasting fee.
J Vineyards & Winery

Michel-Schlumberger

Off the beaten track in Wine Creek Canyon, a sylvan side pocket of Dry Creek Valley is this delightful by-appointment-only winery. Each of the wines from their benchland, hillside, and mountain vineyards illustrates the French concept of terroir, or the expression of a specific place. They take pride in the wines produced from this all Estate, organically farmed fruit.
Michel-Schlumberger

Mill Creek Vineyards & Winery

Mill Creek's beautifully landscaped, wheelchair-accessible tasting room has a working water wheel, mill pond, and patio tables with umbrellas. A gift shop offers salami, cheese, crackers, gourmet mustards, hand-made chocolates, and unique wine-theme gifts and souvenirs.
Mill Creek Vineyards & Winery

Moshin Vineyards

The Moshin Vineyards of today features a unique 4-tier Gravity Flow Winery and control of 28 acres of grapes - mostly Pinot Noir. The tasting room is open daily to the public and tours of the winery can be made by appointment.
Moshin Vineyards

Papapietro Perry

Papapietro Perry Winery specializes in small lots of handcrafted, single-vineyard designate Pinot Noir and Zinfandel produced from the finest grapes the Russian River, Anderson and Dry Creek Valleys have to offer.
Papapeitro Perry

Pedroncelli Winery

Three generations have called Geyserville, in the Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, home since 1927. Tending the land and making wine is much more than a business to them-it is their lifestyle. Their Tasting Room, the oldest in Dry Creek Valley, is the heart of the winery-this is where you get to taste the fruit of their labor-and visit with their friendly staff. They know all the ins and outs at Pedroncelli-what is new, what is going on during harvest (their favorite time of year), history of the family (many times you will be served by a family member) and information about special events.
Pedroncelli Winery

Peterson Winery

Their motto is "No Soul-less Wines!" Enjoy their zero-manipulation wines while taking in views that make Dry Creek Valley one of the most breathtaking stops in Sonoma County.

In order to give their visitors a personalized one-on-one tasting experience, their tasting room is open by appointment only.
Peterson Winery

Preston Winery

Preston of Dry Creek is an organic family farm rooted in the agrarian traditions of Dry Creek Valley. They make broad and best use of the land by tending vines well suited to their distinctive terroir and creating limited production wines from the best and most interesting grapes. They produce fresh, delicious products from their olive groves, garden and commercial bakery.

At Preston they subscribe to organic farming and minimalist winemaking, preferring purity of flavor and product while sustaining the environment. They welcome visitors to their peaceful oasis with genuine hospitality.
Preston Winery