Nice historical place. Good wines. Very small winery. Very friendly, helpful people. Tour ok, but not great-perhaps a bigger winery with caves and a tour on actual wine making would have been more interesting.
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We always look for small wineries that have wine that are not available on the mass market. We visited the tasting room and had a very good experience. The host was very knowledgeable and friendly. The wines were very good and we joined their wine...More
Bartholomew Park Winery was our last stop prior to leaving the Sonoma area. It provided a perfect last stop. Since we had stayed in a condo and prepared some of our meals, we had odds and ends of food and wine of which we needed...More
The park and the setting is very nice but all in all, this is just an ok boutique winery. There are much better ones nearby. The woman pouring offered no information and was somewhat on the frumpy, grumpy side. There was just a blah air...More
Full disclosure - I am a Bartholomew club member. This is a small winery off the beaten path about 3 miles from the Sonoma village and traveling from the village will take you by many other wineries. Bartholomew wines are quite good, subjective of course,...More
We were roaming sonoma looking for a place to not just taste the wine, but make it an experience we will not forget. This fit the bill exactly!! You drive in very off the beaten path after passing many larger wineries and find this gem...More
The wine tasting here was a much more enjoyable experience and the wines were more to our palette. After our earlier tasting at another winery where we did not enjoy the wines or tasting much, this was pleasant and nice. We liked a couple of...More
Bartholomew Park is a nice area to take pictures and stroll around. Their museum was very interesting as well. Their wine tasting cost was reasonable, but neither my husband or I were overly impressed with the wines.
We had an outdoor tasting with food which was both excellent and a lot of fun. The young women who did the tasting knew what she was talking about and was very helpful. A nice way to spend an hour or two. They also have...More