Paradise Found at Paradise Ridge Winery

If your idea of paradise is a place of great happiness and beauty, where everything is exactly as you would like it, Paradise Ridge Winery is the place for you. The beauty, art, and wine to be found at Paradise Ridge Winery are the result of the high standards of a team committed to land stewardship, sustainability, and respect.

Paradise Ridge Winery

Nurtured by the Byck family since 1978, Paradise Ridge Winery is a 156 acre estate in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley. The two-story high “LOVE” sculpture, visible from the unique indoor-outdoor tasting room at the Russian River Valley estate, encapsulates the inviting, intangible serenity of this special place.

Paradise Ridge Winery art

Guests are invited to visit without an appointment to enjoy sips at the tasting bar, and a stroll through the vineyard, on a self guided vineyard walk to learn about soils, trellising, sustainable vineyard practices, and much more. Marijke’s Grove, Paradise Ridge’s outdoor sculpture gallery, and the Nagasawa historical exhibit, are open during tasting room hours for guests to explore.

Vine rows fall Paradise Ridge Winery

Plan your visit ahead of time, and make an appointment for their Artisan Wine and Cheese Pairing, or for a Guided Production and Vineyard Tour. With enough notice, Winemaker Dan Barwick may be available for the Guided tour.

Mid-May through October, visitors are invited to purchase tickets for Wednesday evening’s, Wines and Sunsets, for live music, local gourmet food vendors, and of course, Paradise Ridge’s sumptuous wines.

Paradise Ridge Winery sunset

If planning a wine tour in the town of Sonoma, visit Paradise Ridge’s Kenwood Tasting Room and Art Gallery in the Heart of Sonoma Valley. Along with tastings at the tasting bar offered daily, special experiences are available by appointment. The Garden, Herb Garden and Wine Sensory Experience is offered in Spring. An Artisan Chocolate and Wine Pairing featuring herb infused chocolate, is offered during the Winter months from November to April.

Paradise Ridge is more than just a winery, it’s a source of bliss for all of your senses.

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