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November 29, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Dog Friendly Wine Tasting Near Healdsburg

Happy Couple and Dogs at Amista Vineyards

Wow! We are proud to be among so many wineries in Sonoma County who welcome our furry friends. “Finding dog-friendly wineries in these parts isn't all that ruff,” exclaims Dana Rebmann in SFGate. Her article lists dozens of Sonoma wineries that welcome pooches and their pet parents. The article continues, “A slew of Sonoma wineries not only welcome, but look forward to meeting the pampered pooches of their guests.”

Amista Has Always Been Dog Friendly

We have always looked forward to welcoming dogs to Amista, with water bowls sprinkled around the solar covered patio and a jar of treats behind the bar. As owners, we live on the property and love walking our dogs around the vineyard. Torin and Dylan, our two Sheltie males, especially love to make a stop at the tasting room to meet the other dogs who may be visiting. And friendly doesn’t stop at dogs. Amista means “making friends” and we pride ourselves on a warm welcome for each and every one of our guests.

And Amista Has Sparkling Wines!

The description of Amista reads, “Dogs can enjoy the good life at this Healdsburg winery, lounging by their human’s side on the patio. Still and sparkling wine is available for tasting at Amista and reservations are recommended, especially on weekends.” Although there are many dog-friendly wineries on the list, Amista is one of the very few that offers sparkling wine tasting! We love introducing our lineup of estate grown, Methode Champenoise sparkling wines to our guests.

Plus Amista Has Rhône Wines!

All our Rhône wines are grown in the estate vineyards that surround the solar covered patio, where you can sit back, sip and enjoy the views. Although the dogs seem oblivious to it, the humans enjoy the change of pace from the usual Cabernet, Pinot and Zinfandel flights offered at other Sonoma wineries. We have a selection of Rhône varieties, a sensational Rhône blend we call Tres and unique Rhône sparkling wines, along with a more traditional Blanc de Blanc.

But That’s Now All – A Romp in the Vineyard for the Dogs

The dogs surely won’t be oblivious to a walk around the vineyards while their humans partake in a self-guided vineyard tour. Grab a map and stop at each of the signs to learn about the grapes we grow, our commitment to sustainable farming, the habitat project designed to restore the natural environment for the Coho salmon and Steelhead trout in Dry Creek, and the 200-year-old heritage oak tree.

Check out the whole list at "These Sonoma wineries welcome pooches and their pet parents" by Dana Rebmann in SFGate.

And on your next trip to Healdsburg in Sonoma County, we invite you – with or without your best friends – to Taste with Us.

Time Posted: Nov 29, 2022 at 4:00 PM Permalink to Dog Friendly Wine Tasting Near Healdsburg Permalink
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November 21, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Amista Vineyards Featured on Sonoma Sparkling Wine Tour

Bottles of Sparkling Wines from Amista Vineyards
Thanks Sonoma.com for including Amista in your Sparkling Wine Guide as one of the six top places to “sample some of the best bubbly in Northern Sonoma County.” The Guide begins with, “Move over Champagne… Sonoma County is home to some pretty great sparkling wines.”

Move Over Champagne – Sonoma County Produces Delightful Sparkling Wines

It goes on to say, “France may have the literal trademark on Champagne, but the sparkline wines long-produced in Sonoma County are no less delicious. The northern part of the County is home to several well-known and under-the-radar producers making delightful sparkling wines in a variety of styles and grapes, from Brut Rosé to Sparkling Syrah.”

What is the Difference Between Sparkling Wine and Champagne?

I am often asked, ‘What is the difference between sparkling wine and Champagne?’ The simple answer is the only difference is the region where the wine is made. To be called Champagne, the bubbles must be produced in the Champagne region of France according to strict standards. For a more complete explanation, check out the “Champagne vs Sparkling Wine” in the "Sparkling 101" section on Sparkling Discoveries, my new side project showcasing all things sparkling.

The People Behind the Sparkle

We are proud to be among the wineries in Sonoma producing delightful sparkling wines. I love exploring, producing and sharing sparkling wine with our guests and club members. I also love connecting with other people in the world of sparkling. I have had fascinating conversations with three of the people – all women - behind some of the wineries mentioned in the Sonoma Sparkling Wine Tour, including our very own winemaker, Ashley Herzberg. Learn a few of their secrets on the Sparkling Discoveries website:
Joy Sterling, CEO, Iron Horse Vineyards
Penny Gadd-Coster, Winemaker, Breathless Wines
Ashley Herzberg, Winemaker, Amista Vineyards
Next time you’re in Sonoma County, you might want to plan a sparkling wine tour. We invite you to make Amista your first stop and Taste with Us!
Time Posted: Nov 21, 2022 at 8:00 AM Permalink to Amista Vineyards Featured on Sonoma Sparkling Wine Tour Permalink
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November 3, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Amista Featured Among 7 Gorgeous Fall Color Hikes in Sonoma Wine Country

Thanks, Sonoma Magazine, for including our Vineyard Adventure walk in your list of gorgeous fall color hikes. It truly is the most glorious time of year to be in the vineyards – crisp fall air and a spectacular array of colors on the vines, from bright yellow to deep rust.

A Lively Pairing - A Vineyard Hike and Wine Tasting

“Cooler temps and colorful foliage make autumn a great time of year for hitting the trails. In Sonoma County, you can reward yourself with a glass of wine after your hike,” explains Dana Rebman. She goes on to showcase 10 wonderful hikes across Sonoma County.

A Vineyard Adventure Walk Near Healdsburg

We especially want to invite you to visit Amista Vineyards in the heart of Dry Creek Valley. Afterwards, treat yourself to a tasting of our estate grown Rhône or sparkling wines on our solar covered patio. You’ll be surrounded by same vines you just saw on your walk.

Amista’s Vineyard Adventure Features our Habitat Enhancement Project

Did you know that Amista, in partnership with the Sonoma County Winegrowers, created a vineyard walk that showcases the Habitat Enhancement Project designed to restore the natural fish habitat in Dry Creek? The flat half-mile stroll around our estate vineyards includes signs that educate walkers about the wines we make and describes the flora and fauna on the property, including the 200-year-old Heritage Oak Tree.  The walk is complimentary for all, including dogs on leash and children. This is something fun for the whole family.

Read “7 Gorgeous Fall Color Hikes in Sonoma Wine Country” by Dana Rebman in Sonoma Magazine.

We would love to welcome you to Amista Vineyards in any season. Come Taste with Us.

Time Posted: Nov 3, 2022 at 2:00 PM Permalink to Amista Featured Among 7 Gorgeous Fall Color Hikes in Sonoma Wine Country Permalink
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November 1, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

3 Sonoma Sparklers I Love This Holiday Season - Amista Blanc de Blanc

Amista Vineyards Sparkling Blanc de Blanc - Bottle and Glass in the Vineyards
We are honored that Sonoma Magazine featured Amista Vineyards Blanc de Blanc as one of wine expert Manveer Sandhu’s top three favorites! Manveer is Executive Director of Winemaking at Rack & Riddle, a custom wine services business, and oversees the production of millions of cases of sparkling wine made by hundreds of producers. That truly makes him an expert on sparkling wine in our region.
With so many wines to choose from, we are thrilled that he chose our Amista NV Sparkling Blanc De Blanc, Dry Creek Valley, as one of the three sparkling wines he loves for the holidays. He goes on to say, “Amista is also doing great things with different sparkling varieties, like Grenache, Syrah, and Mataró.”
Read “3 Sonoma Sparklers to Enjoy This Holiday Season” by Sarah Doyle in Sonoma Magazine.
We invite you to see for yourself and Come Taste with Us!

Still Thirsty?

Amista Made Its First Sparkling at Rack & Riddle in 2008

Amista has a long history with Rack and Riddle, making our first sparkling wine, a Sparkling Syrah, at their facility in Hopland in 2008 just a year after they opened their doors. That was the wine that gave us our start in Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. We have been making our wines at Rack and Riddle since then as we’ve expanded to six, soon to be seven sparkling wines.

Making Sparkling Wine Feasible for a Small Winery Like Amista

Ashley Herzberg, Amista winemaker, creates our wines according to her vision using the equipment and facilities at Rack and Riddle. They make it viable for a small producer like Amista to craft sparkling wines. It is almost impossible for a small winery to make the huge investment in capital equipment – from highly automated bottling, riddling and disgorging to hundreds of tanks – required to make sparkling wines using the traditional method, the same way they are made in Champagne.

Two Winemakers, Similar Paths from Medicine to Wine

It also turns out that Ashley and Manveer followed a similar path to winemaking. Wine took center stage when both were just getting started in their career journeys. The article reveals that Manveer was a pre-med student focusing on neurobiology. He landed a job in the viticulture lab at UC Davis to make extra money. “But after a few months of working in the vineyard and expanding his knowledge in the lab, Sandhu was hooked on the science of wine,” continues the article.
Ashley was a chemical engineering student planning to continue to medical school. After graduation, she decided to work a harvest in Sonoma County just for fun before she returned to graduate school. She too started in the lab and never looked back. She knew winemaking was where she was meant to be. I’m sure they both would have made great doctors, but we consider ourselves especially fortunate to have them in our wine community.
Time Posted: Nov 1, 2022 at 2:00 PM Permalink to 3 Sonoma Sparklers I Love This Holiday Season - Amista Blanc de Blanc Permalink
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October 29, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Sparkling Syrah A Ghoulishly Good Halloween Pairing

Halloween Candy - Does it Pairs with Amista Vineyards Wines?

Devin Parr published an article in Wine Country titled The Best Wines to Pair with Your Halloween Candy. Who would have thought that our Sparkling Syrah would pair with Smarties. Devin explains, “These sweet-tart tubes of tiny candy disks are a true Halloween staple. Those little bites have a sweet and fruity flavor profile and a uniquely chalky finish, perfect for pairing with a glass of crisp, cold, sparkling wine.”

If Smarties are not your thing, there are several other recommended pairings such as Twizzlers and Grenache, Starburst with Rosé or Milky Way with Cabernet. It may sound frivolous to pair wine with candy, but Devin holds a certification in wine expertise from the Apicius International School of Hospitality in Florence, Italy, as well as the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Diploma, so she knows what she’s doing.

In addition, trying different wines with a wide array of foods – even Halloween candy - is the best way to discover what flavors work with different varieties of wine. It is also the kind of practice that cements various flavors in your mind so you can identify them later.

Our winemaker, Ashley Herzberg, says a mentor once told her to write down everything she tastes and make notes to describe it. Doing this repeatedly creates the memories that allow you to identify even the most unusual flavors.

If on the other hand, you don’t especially care if you can identify a vast array of flavors, you may want to simply plan a Halloween wine tasting party. You can impress your friends with this unique spin on wine tasting and Devin’s article provides the perfect shopping list.

Read The Best Wines to Pair with Your Halloween Candy.

Time Posted: Oct 29, 2022 at 6:00 PM Permalink to Sparkling Syrah A Ghoulishly Good Halloween Pairing Permalink
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October 27, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Amista Vineyards Launches Sparkling Discoveries, A Landmark Sparkling Wine Community

Sparkling Discoveries Home Page - Community for Sparkling Wine Enthusiasts

Wine Business Monthly today announced the launch of Sparkling Discoveries, an online community for sparkling wine lovers, makers and thought leaders. The press release goes on to explain that “the community aims to be the first brand-agnostic informational resource and hub for all things sparkling wine, including news, interviews and maker profiles, events, education, and more. Appropriately, the platform will officially launch on Global Champagne Day, this year falling on October 28, 2022.”

Conversations with the People Behind the Sparkle

We are beyond excited about this launch. Our goal with Sparkling Discoveries is to create a brand-agnostic resource about all things sparkling wine. The centerpiece of the platform shines a light on the amazing people involved in sparkling wine, both in Sonoma County and beyond, by bringing their stories to life with in-depth interviews. Sonoma sparkling icons like Joy Sterling, Proprietor of Iron Horse Vineyards, Eileen Crane, retired founding winemaker and CEO of Domaine Carneros and Penny Gadd-Coster, of Rack and Riddle and Breathless Wines, are a few of the people featured in the initial launch of the platform.

Not surprisingly, Amista Winemaker Ashley Herzberg is among those featured and reveals how she fell in love with sparkling wine, making her first "grower sparkling wine", the bubblies she has in her refrigerator right now and what she hopes her children learn from her work as a winemaker.

Inviting Nominations for Sparkling Stars

Do you know someone we should feature? Nominate them for Sparkling Discoveries and help us build the community.

Concurrent with the launch of the new platform, Sparkling Discoveries is introducing a campaign focused on the trailblazers within the sparkling wine industry. The “Sparkling Stars” program invites sparkling wine lovers, wine professionals, and the community at large to nominate those who are making an impact on the growth, promotion, and future of sparkling wine. Nominations will be open until December 31, which marks National Champagne Day.


Sparkling 101 – All You Need to Know About Sparkling Wine

Sparkling Discoveries will also feature a “Sparkling 101” section with articles and guides on various topics pertaining to sparkling wine, such as the difference between Champagne and sparkling wine, Methode Champenoise defined and dosage basics. The goal is for Sparkling Discoveries to become THE definitive resource for the sparkling wine community.

We have big plans for Sparkling Discoveries, which is the first resource of its kind. We look forward to bringing the exciting world of sparkling wine to life for those in the industry as well as wine lovers who want to dig deeper into what this celebrated beverage is all about.

Read Dry Creek Sparkling Wine Icon Amista Vineyards Launches Landmark Sparkling Wine Community, "Sparkling Discoveries" in Time for Global Champagne Day.

Time Posted: Oct 27, 2022 at 10:00 AM Permalink to Amista Vineyards Launches Sparkling Discoveries, A Landmark Sparkling Wine Community Permalink
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October 5, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Visit Amista for a Taste of Wine and a Taste of Nature

Vineyard Adventure Walk, Amista Vineyards, Healdsburg, California

Our little town of Healdsburg takes center stage in this article that curates a perfect Sonoma wine country getaway. And Amista is one of the recommended wineries to visit for not only a taste of wine, but also a taste of nature.

Venture Out to Taste Among the Vines

Writer Jessie Beck says, “To sample the area’s best vintages, it’s absolutely worth venturing out to the wineries for a tasting among the vines.” The articles feature wineries that pair wine with nature including, Amista Vineyards that offers “wine and hike tours.”

Healdsburg – Special Place for Visitors and Locals

Healdsburg has become a destination for well-heeled travelers. “Right now, one of the most exciting towns to stay in is Healdsburg, which is experiencing a spate of openings and remodels,” explains the article. At the same time, Healdsburg remains a charming hometown where, as locals, we enjoy the same activities described by the author.

We agree with the writer’s advice, “Even if you have been to Healdsburg before, go again. Though many old favorites remain, much is changing in this small NorCal town. Use this guide to navigate it all—from where to stay and things to do to what to eat and drink in this corner of Sonoma wine country.”

We Love Sharing Healdsburg with You!

We are blessed to call this our home and love to share it with you. We are especially proud of our Vineyard Adventure Walk, which was developed in partnership with the Sonoma County Winegrowers. You can enjoy a self-guided stroll around our vineyard and see the grapes we grow, view our 200-year-old heritage oak and learn about the Habitat Restoration Project designed to restore the habitat for the Coho salmon and Steelhead trout that run in Dry Creek.

Read “Your Perfect Weekend Getaway in Sonoma Wine Country” by Jessie Beck in AFAR Magazine.

We invite you to experience Healdsburg, enjoy our Vineyard Adventure Walk and explore our estate grown sparkling and Rhône wines. Come Taste with Us!


Time Posted: Oct 5, 2022 at 10:00 AM Permalink to Visit Amista for a Taste of Wine and a Taste of Nature Permalink
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September 6, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Why We Love Healdsburg

Amista Tasting Sparkling Wine in the Vineyards
Photo by Craig Outhier

Phoenix Magazine just published an article called “Healdsburg Wine Tour”, and we were excited to be among the wineries they showcased. The article says, “Amista Vineyards, known for its sparkling wines, the winery has a comfortable patio with scenic views of its 20-acre vineyard and Mount St. Helena. We enjoy getting a tongues-on primer in the art of making bubbly while noshing on the winery’s excellent charcuterie board, much of it derived from the on-site farm and garden.” The article reminded us how much we adore our little town of Healdsburg and how much fun it is to share it with visitors.


Healdsburg on Many Best Small Towns in America Lists

When we first started visiting Healdsburg in the 1983, it was a sleepy small town with wineries in the surrounding countryside and a couple of great restaurants. Since then, it has been discovered and is now a popular destination. It has remained small and charming but can no longer be described as sleepy. On most days, the downtown is bustling with people checking out the shops around the town square or sitting on a park bench under the trees overlooking the fountain.

We now have many more great places to dine, and the town is packed with art galleries, boutiques and unique tasting rooms. The article describes all our favorites and goes on to say, “And for a town of 11,000, it boasts one of the densest hospitality biomes you’ll find in California, which explains all those best-small-town accolades. It’s quaint and seasoned, but unmistakably upscale.”


Just Outside Healdsburg - Wine Tasting in Dry Creek Valley

“Still, the thing I love best about the Sonoma County town is leaving it – or more precisely, hopping on a bike and gliding around the rolling, winery-encrusted foothills just a few miles up the road,” the writer declares.

Agreed! There are more wineries in Dry Creek Valley than there were when we first visited, including Amista Vineyards! The idea of starting a winery wasn’t even in the back of our minds in 1983 when we first saw Healdsburg while visiting from our home state of Colorado. It was nearly two decades and a trek from one coast to the other (Colorado to Silicon Valley to New Jersey to Nevada) before we moved to Healdsburg in 2002. We launched Amista in 2004.

Our little cottage, that we think was first built around 1918, is surrounded by vineyards. I never get tired of waking up to the vines outside our bedroom window. It is a pleasure to walk the vineyard each day with our two Shelties, Dylan and Torin, and pop into our tasting room to meet our guests. We’re in the heart of the bucolic countryside and yet only five miles from our adopted hometown of Healdsburg.

If you visit Healdsburg, we invite you to Taste with Us at Amista Vineyards in the heart of Dry Creek Valley. We specialize in estate grown, Methode Champenoise sparkling wines and Rhône varieties. Soak up our gorgeous vineyard and valley views and experience a friendly Amista welcome (Amista means “making friends” in Spanish).

Read more in “Healdsburg Wine Tour”, by Craig Outhier for Phoenix Magazine.

Time Posted: Sep 6, 2022 at 10:00 AM Permalink to Why We Love Healdsburg Permalink
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June 12, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Amista Sparkling Syrah - One of the Best 2022 Rosé Wines

Sparkling Syrah Toast at Amista Vineyards, Healdsburg, California

When the JetSettingFashionista picks you as one of the “The Best 2022 Rosé Wines I’m Loving”, you know you’ve arrived! She describes our Amista Sparkling Syrah as “aromas of freshly picked raspberry and orange blossom leave the perfect bright taste on the palette.”

We call is simply, “Joy in a Bottle!"

It Started as a Class Project

We first made our Sparkling Syrah in 2008 and it’s been a cult favorite ever since. Other than our club members and frequent visitors, it is still a best kept secret. That was the bubbly that launched us on our journey into sparkling. It started out as a class project at Santa Rosa Junior College, and it was so good and so beautiful in the bottle we decided we had to make it.

Six Estate Grown Sparkling Wines

We now make six different sparkling wines, all from grapes grown on our estate vineyards, and all using the traditional Methode Champenoise. The post says, “Amista Vineyards produces some of the best rosé wines right here in Healdsburg, California.” We are honored to be on the list!

Our other sparkling wines include Blanc de Blanc, Sparkling Grenache, Sparkling Mataró, Fusión (a blend of Chardonnay, Grenache and Mourvèdre), and our newly debuted Sparkling Tres (a GSM rosé blend). We love bubbles and we are the only winery in Dry Creek Valley with an all-sparkling wine club.

Plus Limited Edition Rosés

In addition to our sparkling rosés, we also have two limited edition still rosé wines this year, a Rosé of Grenache and a Rosé de Tres, a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre. We made only 68 precious cases of each.

Rosés with Food

We love to have a chilled rosé with our favorite summer meal, linguine con pesto (made with basil, fresh from the winemaker’s garden) topped with wedges of just picked tomatoes. Now that is summer!

The Sparkling Syrah can stand up to heartier flavors, including spicy foods. It’s wonderful with sushi and spicy Chinese or Thai dishes. We even love it with taco salad, which is another of our easy summer weeknight meals. And did we mention the holidays? It not only goes with all the dishes on the holiday table, but it adds a festive pop of color and refreshing brightness to any occasion.

We invite you to Come Taste With Us and get in on the secret of our Sparkling Syrah, along with our other sparkling wines and red Rhône wines.

Check out “The Best 2022 Rosé Wines I’m Loving” to see all the delightful rosés on the list.

Time Posted: Jun 12, 2022 at 2:00 PM Permalink to Amista Sparkling Syrah - One of the Best 2022 Rosé Wines Permalink
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June 8, 2022 | Amista Vineyards

Dog Friendly Wineries Near Healdsburg - Amista Vineyards

Amista Dog Dylan with Vineyards in BackgroundTwo Kinds of Dog Lovers for Wine Tasting

We have two kinds of dog lovers at Amista. Which one are you?

The first lives a car ride away, loves wine, wants to explore new wineries, or return to their favorites, loves their dog, and hates to leave him or her at home…so they bring them along. They are welcome at Amista!

The second comes from afar, loves wine, wants to explore new wineries, or return to their favorites, loves their dog, and hates to leave them at home, but couldn’t bring them and misses them terribly. They are welcome at Amista!

For the dogs we offer fresh water – current vintage – and doggie treats. For the humans who miss thier dogs, we offer ours for petting and loving, when we visit the tasting room on our daily walk.


Dog Friendly Wineries in Sonoma County

If you’re visiting Sonoma wine country, you’re in luck. There are several wineries that are dog friendly. Amista was featured along with our dog friendly neighbors in “18 Best Dog-Friendly Wineries in Sonoma County” in Sonoma Magazine.


Amista Dogs Dylan and Torin

Amista Wine Dogs Torin and Dylan Running

Our dogs, Dylan and Torin (both Shetland Sheepdogs or Shelties for short), love to visit our tasting room on their daily walks. They especially love to meet other dogs. Once they’ve made the rounds of the visiting canines, they greet the human guests. We can always tell when people are missing their dogs at home because they are eager to say hello to our pups.

“Several Sonoma County wineries are now welcoming visitors to pair vino with Fido in ways which both dog-owners and dogs can appreciate: fine wine and artisan bites for “Mommy” and “Daddy,” and treats, vineyard sprints and bowls of water for the beloved pooch,” the article goes on to say.


Vineyard Adventure Walk – for Dogs and Their Humans

Our self-guided vineyard tour is another attraction that is perfect for dogs and their owners. You can breathe the fresh air as you explore our vineyards on a self-guided Vineyard Adventure Walk, created in partnership with the Sonoma County Winegrowers. See the Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre and Chardonnay varieties we grow, learn about the wines we make from them and discover our backwater pond that is part of the Habitat Enhancement Project designed to restore the natural fish habitat in Dry Creek. The complimentary walk is approximately one-half mile on flat terrain. Dogs on a leash and children are welcome.


Discover Estate Grown Sparkling and Rhône Wines

“After taking a self-guided tour of the property with your dog, taste Amista's sparkling and still wines on the patio,” says the writer. We are the only winery in Healdsburg to offer a selection of sparkling Rhône wines as well as a Blanc de Blanc made from our Chardonnay grapes. If red is more your style, order our Taste of Amista flight and enjoy a selection of our Rhône reds, Dry Creek Zinfandel or Rockpile Cabernet.


Friendly Vibe, Gorgeous Views

Amista means “making friends” in Spanish and you can be assured of a warm welcome and a friendly experience. Sit on our solar covered patio surrounded by our estate vineyards and gaze out at the gorgeous Dry Creek Valley hillsides.

If you’re planning a visit to Sonoma, with or without your dog, come Taste With Us at Amista Vineyards, Healdsburg, California in the heart of Dry Creek Valley.

Check out 18 Dog Friendly Wineries in Sonoma County in Sonoma Magazine.

Time Posted: Jun 8, 2022 at 12:20 PM Permalink to Dog Friendly Wineries Near Healdsburg - Amista Vineyards Permalink

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