Cloverdale is a city in Sonoma County, California, United States. The San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad reached Cloverdale in 1872. The Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California is headquartered here. The population was 8,618 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Cloverdale
5 based on 139 reviews
Wine Cube Tours is an innovative tour company based in Sonoma County providing you with a custom wine country adventure. While small wineries are the focus, upon request we can integrate other industries which have become the backbone of today's Sonoma Wine Country. Spend one day with us and you will have the option to visit unknown wineries, farms, cheese-makers and olive oil producers. We keep things small by only accommodating up to 6 guests to allow for a more intimate experience.
Raymond was an excellent driver and tour guide! His attention to detail in planning our day around lunch at St. Francis and the Petroni vineyard made our day even more special. Raymond took time before we arrived to find out what kind of wines we liked and filled in the gaps for us. His choice of VJB fit right into our schedule and was not a vineyard on our radar. From the moment we were picked up (on time) Raymond gave us his undivided attention. His knowledge of wine and the area enhanced our experience. He even sent us a link so that we could download the pictures that he took (at no extra charge).
The mini van was spotlessly clean, plenty big enough for 4 and easy to get in and out of. We have found our favorite driver! Five stars is not enough for Wine Cubed Tours!
5 based on 74 reviews
The highest winery in all of this area, and the only winery on Pine Mountain, at 2000 feet above the Russian River and Alexander Valley, overlooking all of Northern Sonoma County from the coast range to Napa and Mendocino Counties. We specialize in personal vineyard and winery tours, very educational and tasty, with the goal of making our guests a better informed consumer on all things wine. BobDog Wines is home at Sky Pine Vineyards, and welcomes you to reserve your personal tour and tasting; a truly unusual and unique wine country experience. Contact us to make a morning or afternoon appointment.
Tim was an amazing host. Lots of hospitality and interaction. Pet friendly, Henceforth the name. Lots of room for our hound to roam while we enjoyed the day learning about the Bordeaux family of wines. We will be back.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Come visit us at our beautiful location at the end of Dry Creek Road. Our winery is perched on a hillside, overlooking the entire valley with sweeping views from our terrace. Guests are invited to bring a picnic or purchase light deli items from our tasting room and enjoy the sunshine and vineyard views. Sbragia Family Vineyards prides itself on its single vineyard varietals and small case production. Varieties include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon. Most of the wines are made from vineyards owned by the Sbragia family, but do include select vineyards from Sonoma and Napa Valley as well. Our wines have received many accolades and are considered some of California’s best.
We went here on the recommendation of another winery and were blown away by the views, the personal attention and the wines. Chris did a fantastic job educating us about their wines. We packed a picnic lunch and ate it at one of the tables overlooking the valley. I would definitely like to return!
5 based on 37 reviews
J. Rickards Winery produces award-winning Estate grown wines and features some of the best views in the Alexander Valley. Come on up for an excellent tasting and informative experience. We have 45 acres of sustainably grown vines, including Old Vine Zinfandel planted in 1908. Cool off in our Wine Cave and learn about the entire growing and winemaking process behind our "Darn Fine Barn Wine".
We participated in the Winter WINEland January 13-14, 2018, and we chose this winery as our first check-in point. They warmly greeted us with our glasses with pink and/or black mustache decals attached (owner Jim has a big mustache). The whole weekend we were asked about the mustaches on our glasses! They make a lot of different wines and they are very good and very reasonably priced. We bought 3 bottles: Bettino, Chianti Mountain Road and Ancestor zin (total $114 for all 3). We visited 9 wineries over the course of the weekend and this was one of our favorites. Owner Jim is quite a character! Other wineries visited and enjoyed: Papapietro, Amista, West, Zichichi, Martorana, Mill Creek, Armida, and Porter Creek. And we stayed once again in our favorite Glen Ellen at our favorite Jack London Lodge and gratefully they survived the October wildfires and are doing well. Do not be afraid to visit the wine country. Still wonderful!!!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Built in 1979 into the hillside in Dry Creek Valley, our vision was to harness natural efficiencies and unique attributes of a subterranean winery, including cool temperatures. 15 Minutes north of Healdsburg. Open daily 10:30am to 5:00pm, except some major holidays. Cave tours by appointment on weekends. Located 15 minutes north of Healdsburg and 30 minutes north of Santa Rosa.
This was our last of three stops on our day trip to Healdsburg. We were quickly greeted by the owners son who took us on a tour of the property and the fabulous cave where they store their fabulous wines. It is one of three cave winerys and we were so happy to have been able to tour the property. We had stopped in town and picked up some snacks to have during our time there at Fritz. It was a great day and a great way to finish our tour in Healdsburg.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Cast Wines is a boutique winery located in the Dry Creek Valley, just north of Downtown Healdsburg, CA. Seated tastings are offered on our outdoor terrace overlooking the vineyards, or in our indoor Tasting Room. We also offer...by advance reservation... a vineyard tour with wine tasting accompanied by cheese and charcuterie or a seated indoor wine tasting in our barrel room. Wines produced are Blanc de Noirs, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Old Vine Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
This was our first winery stop, so perhaps it suffered from an overly high expectation set. Small place, with a few tables outside overlooking the vineyard to sit and enjoy the wine (no outside food allowed here, there are picnic tables around the corner for that).
There are 2 flights of wine tasting available ($15/$25) - if not mistaken a flight of 4 and a flight of 6(?). I'd be hard pressed to remember the wines - to me. not very memorable, the possible exception is their old vine Zinfandel which stood out from the rest. But, quite "average" overall, to me.
5 based on 5 reviews
Pendleton Estate is a small family winery situated 2,000 feet above the Alexander Valley .making small lot award winning wines is the vision and passion of a one man show,doing all the work from picking to bottling.growing and producing the only hillside estate Mourvedre in Alexander Valley. Wines include Estate Petite Sirah,Cabernet Rose, Cabernet Sauvignon,Cabernet blends,Cabernet Franc Blends,
Went here recently with a group from Auberge on the Vineyard...Roxanne took us up there...the weather was really foggy and rainy, so we didnt get much of a chance to soak in the view, which has got to be spectacular. Michael is the owner and does everything at this small vineyard. You can learn more from Michael in an hour than you can in a full day of tours at other places. This man is passionate about what he does and loves to share what he knows and does. The wines are wonderful!...its a short drive up from Cloverdale- about 20 minutes..this winery is at 2000' elevation with puts at the highest winery in Sonoma and as a result makes some really interesting wines. We joined his wine club and brought some home that evening! great stop!....get Roxanne to take you there from Auberge on the Vineyard!
4.5 based on 57 reviews
A good winery for winetasting.
We came here while on a winery tour originiating from Sonoma, CA. I thought the grounds were beautiful, and the wine wasn't as great. I liked the wine but not enough to buy a couple bottles. They had a lot of red wines but on a hot day it didn't feel so great towards the end of the day. I'm just not a big fan of the red wines they offered, but it was still a great winery. Loved the staff as well! Couldn't of been any nicer.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This park is a nice walking area adjacent to the Russian River in Cloverdale. Easy access, easy pleasant walk with some nice river views,
4.5 based on 5 reviews
This place has practically everything you need for those rainy days when you want to do something creative! Their crafting and sewing books are different discounted at least 75% and all sales benefit the local Senior Center! Be sure to stop by and check it out!!
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