In 1842, Salvador Vallejo, brother to General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo of Mexico’s Commandante Générale of the northern territory (which at that time included Sonoma), built an adobe home just off downtown Sonoma’s square. On November 5, 2014, after two years of historical preservation and renovation of the home, vintners Bill and Eva Price have announced the opening of The Adobe, a new tasting room in downtown Sonoma. Its roots  are strongly embedded in history. Any modern stylistic departures from the historical construction are done with care: custom light fixtures and striking wallpaper accent the elemental nature of the original structure. The tasting room has truly been an act of love.

143 West Spain
Sonoma, CA 95476

$35 or $70, by appointment only