Bartholomew Estate Winery

Bartholomew Estate Winery

Bartholomew Estate Winery is situated in the heart of the 375-acre Bartholomew Park in Sonoma. A visit to the winery includes a sampling of Bartholomew Park’s premium wines, access to vineyard-view picnic grounds, hiking trails, and a museum chronicling the property’s illustrious history and current

The picnic grounds at Bartholomew Park overlook the vineyards and a replica of Agoston Haraszthy’s Palladian Villa, which was destroyed by fire around the turn of the century.

In the hills behind the winery are approximately three miles of dog-friendly hiking trails. A variety of indigenous California vegetation—oak groves, manzanita, madrone, redwood-shaded fern grottos, and fields of spring wildflowers—provides visitors with a generous sampling of the visual delights and natural beauty of Sonoma County. On a clear day, the view from Bartholomew Park’s trails extends to San Francisco.

Wander up through oak woodlands, grasslands and forest for views of Benecia Lake and Sonoma Mountain. Don't forget to go the extra 1/8 mile to Solano's Hideaway.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

• Parking: Lot available
• Fee: None
• Water: Bring your own
• Best time of year to hike: Spring
• Distance: 3-mile loop

Dog rules: Friendly dogs allowed. Please clean up after your dog and keep them on leashes at all times.