Meet the Winemakers and their teams!

Each week we dedicate half of our space for 1 of our 25 winery partners where they will be pouring additional wines for you in flights, pairings, library series and any other unique features they may have. Review our list below for a full schedule and mark your calendars to visit us.

Each Featured Week starts on Monday and ends that Sunday with details being updated daily so keep checking back for new events to be listed.


March 1 – 7


AldenAlli wines are produced by Dan Kosta and Alden Lagasse – two self-made names in wine and food brought together through friendship, families, and culinary passions. Since 2013, their wines have connected a sense of place with tradition. A story of cool-climate winemaking, from the far reaches of Sonoma Coast to the heart of the Russian River Valley appellations.

Wednesday- March 3, 2021– Winemaker Happy Hour w/ Black Pig Meat Co.!

Join the AldenAlli team including Dan Kosta and winemaker Shane Finley for our Wednesday Winemaker Happy Hour! Enjoy a flight of six beautiful AldenAlli wines including their Rose, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir perfectly paired with two enticing bites created by Owner/Chef Duskie Estes and John Stewart of Black Pig Meat Co.

Time: 4-7 PM
Ticket Price: $45


Thursday – March 4, 2021

Live Music featuring Jon Gonzales from 4-6pm ( !

Hailing from the hills of Sonoma County in the San Francisco North Bay, Jon Gonzales records and performs ukulele hook-folk melodies for ALL humans to enjoy. Teamed with producer, recording engineer, and bassist Michael Lindner of Alley One Studio, Jon has become a popular mainstay as a recording artist, entertainer, and organizer on the bohemian music scene of the North Bay.

Time: 4-7 PM

March 8 – 14


Thirty-seven interlocking circles create the Flower of Life, an ancient representation of the interconnectivity between all living things and the inherent balance of nature – exorably linking all that surround us, including the wine. With a deep love for winemaking Al & Lisa Brayton launched the winery in 2007 with Shane joining the team in 2012, bringing extensive experience to the table from Copain, Paul Hobbs, Kosta Browne and Lynmar Estate.

Wednesday- March 10, 2021– Winemaker Happy Hour w/ Shane Finley & Thirty Seven Wines!

Time: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $37


Flight & Food Details:

Make plans now and reserve your ticket for our Winemaker Wednesday Happy Hour on March 10th with Thirty-Seven Wines! Meet Proprietor Lisa Brayton and Winemaker Shane Finley, taste through a lineup of some of Shane’s favorites from their current, estate-grown Essential and Reserve wines from the Petaluma Gap appellation, and enjoy a plate of specially created appetizers that their in-house Chef Dan has planned to pair deliciously with the wines.

2018 Reserve Pinot Gris-Petaluma Gap AVA
Salmon Rillettes on Crostini

2019 Essential Riesling- Petaluma Gap AVA
Pork Loin with Onion Jam on Slice of Baguette

2019 Essential Blaufankisch-Petaluma Gap AVA
Herbed Goat Cheese Piped on Water Cracker

***Try To Find Another Blaufankisch In Sonoma County!!!

2016 Reserve Merlot-Petaluma Gap AVA
Slices of Manachego Cheese

2018 Reserve Cabernet Franc-Petaluma Gap AVA
Bite of Brownie

March 15 – 21

Trombetta Family Wines

A story that began around the family table with food harvested from their garden paired with wines they love. The mother-and-daughter duo Rickey Trombetta Stancliff and winemaker Erica Stancliff produce handcrafted wines with purity of flavor and balance. Selecting clones of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that exemplify the rich minerality, soils and cool weather of the Sonoma Coast, resulting in a beautifully balanced wine.

Tuesday- March 16, 2021– Pinot & Pooches and Live Music!

Bring your furry four-legged friends and join us on the patio for a fun evening of pooches, Pinot and live music! Special treats for our furry friends from the Trombetta Family and Fideaux in Healdsburg.

Also, enjoy the tunes of local musician Jacob Benning from 5-7pm !

No Reservations Needed

Time: 4-7 PM

Wednesday- March 17, 2021– Winemaker Happy Hour w/ Pascaline!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  Everyone is a little bit Irish on the 17th of March and to celebrate join the Stancliff family including Winemaker Erica, Rickey and Roger as they pour multiple vintages of their beautiful Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs paired with delectable St. Patrick’s day bites from Pascaline in Forestville.

Time: 4-7 PM
Ticket Price: $40


Thursday- March 18, 2021– Pizza & Pinot!

Join us for this classic pairing and enjoy a hand-tossed pizza and flight of five Trombetta wines!  Keeping it in the family these pies will be made on-site by Mike, son of Rickey and Roger!  He uses his own sourdough starter for the dough, and they are not to be missed!

Time: 4-7 PM
Ticket Price: $35


March 22 – 28

Frostwatch Vineyard & Winery

A small family owned operation with its first vintage in 2002.  Fruit is sourced primarily from the Raven family’s vineyard set on a rocky apron directly beneath Bennett Peak in Bennett Valley.  Committed to making high quality, hand crafted wines, winemaker, Brett Raven blends the best of old world tradition with modern technology and technique.  Frostwatch is producing powerful fruit driven wines that are stylish, balanced and food friendly. Taste these wines and share our excitement!

March 29 – April 4

Laurel Glen Vineyard

A small family owned operation with its first vintage in 2002.  Fruit is sourced primarily from the Raven family’s vineyard set on a rocky apron directly beneath Bennett Peak in Bennett Valley.  Committed to making high quality, hand crafted wines, winemaker, Brett Raven blends the best of old world tradition with modern technology and technique.  Frostwatch is producing powerful fruit driven wines that are stylish, balanced and food friendly. Taste these wines and share our excitement!

April 5 – 11

Gravel Pit Wines

30 years of blood sweat and tears in this wonderful wine industry. Gravel Pit was born out of the raw passion and experience it takes to grow and produce a wide variety of wines in our Region. Rob brings a drive and dedication to his winemaking that is not like any other – from Napa Valley to the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast. 

April 12 – 18


Three generations of the Murray family have come from the rich loam of the Mississippi River to the gravelly soil of the Dry Creek Valley to craft Flambeaux—limited production artisan wine celebrating the rich diversity of Sonoma County, California terroirs. With the wine Ryan crafts, from his experience at William Selyem, Copain, Medlock Ames and now the Associate Winemaker at Three Sticks as well, he brings a diverse and developed wine style sure to express the full qualities of each unique terroir.

April 19 – 25

Brick & Mortar

Brick & Mortar is the poster child for the life of a small family winery. Focusing on single vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, both in still and sparkling wines, from high elevation sites in Napa Valley, Sonoma Coast, Russian River Valley and Mendocino Ridge Appellations. Matt, his partner & wife Alexis manage a family of 5, including Hadley, Olivia and Lincoln with a beautiful unique set of wines.

April 26 – May 2

Highway 12 Winery

Putting their combined years of experience together in 2003, Michael Sebastiani and Paul Giusto joined forces and set out to be considered Sonoma’s “Hometown winery” (hence the name). With 3 generations of winegrowing family heritage, they are just that. Reflective of the laid-back Sonoma lifestyle, Highway 12 Winery has stayed true to its roots with strong ties to our local community.

May 3 – 9

Three Sticks Wines

Three Sticks Wines produces world class, quality wines from their exceptional estate vineyards, through a minimalist winemaking approach and an extreme focus on meticulous farming. They farm in an earth friendly and sustainable manner which reflect the defined flavors and character of Sonoma County. Three Sticks believes in stewardship of their community, history and vineyards, as well as a firm belief that table fellowship and celebration are a vital part of humanity and life. Their historic Adobe home, built in 1842, located just over the hill from Region in downtown Sonoma is open to the public by appointment for exquisite private tasting experiences. These iconic wines are as beautiful in character as the team behind them.

May 10 – 16

Eric Kent Wines

With 16 vintages, and over 100 artist labels! Eric Kent has a strong vision – to capture the best of every vintage, showcase inspiring art on every label and celebrate the journey with us all. A family-run producer of unique wines from vineyards in 6 Sonoma County appellations – Russian River Valley, Sonoma Coast, Bennet Valley, Petaluma GAP, Dry Creek Valley and Carneros. 

May 17 – 23

Magnolia Blossom Wines

Pat & Pam Roberts brought Magnolia Blossom Wines to life with their sons Austin and Madison in tow. The first vintage was of classic Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, with later Chardonnay and now Cabernet added to their portfolio. The southern Magnolia flower represents strength and beauty, as does the matriarch of the family.

May 24 – 30

Topel Winery

In 1980’s, the Topel family discovered a 160-acre old sheep farm, deep in the hills west of Hopland. Continuing the of early heritage of Mendocino pioneers and recognizing the perfect growing conditions for Bordeaux varietals, this hillside vineyard was planted in rugged high-altitude terrain in ’89. Out of respect for the land, only 15 acres planted, the rest of the pristine land is left to nature – oaks, manzanitas, coyotes and hawks.

Today, Martin Bernal-Hafner, Topel’s winemaker, carriers this legacy and is inspired by old-world tradition, guided by science, and follows the rhythms of nature. His worldly experience – from M. Chapoutier to Paul Hobbs – is reflected in the elegant and age-worthy wines coming out of the Topel cellar. With so many wines to explore we were compelled to include this set of wines from, just as famously known and beloved, Mendocino County.

May 31 – June 6

Chenoweth Wines

It’s often said that great wines are made in the vineyard, but for Charlie and Amy Chenoweth, that’s less a saying than an actual fact. For Charlie, the legendary grape grower, and Amy, the family winemaker, the fruit is everything. Proudly staked is a 20+ year history of farming some of the most coveted grapes in Sonoma County, on the land that has been in their family since the mid-1800’s. Now as part of the Region family, we love the chance to introduce Amy’s wine – she surely has something special in that Rose and Green Valley Pinot Noir!

June 7 – 13

Calluna Vineyards

For the love of old world, classically styled wines. Calluna wines come from the 17-acre estate in the Chalk Hill appellation, right in the middle of Sonoma County on a gorgeous hilltop. Planted in 2005, after a strong determination to make a dream reality, David takes great pride in living among the vines with his family and making the wines himself.

A conversation led to a meeting, which led to a visit to the gorgeous hilltop estate in Windsor. Winding up the road, seeing the scares on the land from previous fire years, we were left speechless. David’s welcoming nature and tour of the estate were impactful – just as sharing the wine and stories together, it was a great match. We are honored to have these wines and stories to now share with you.

June 14 – 20


DRNK represents the collective joy of working and being together. Founded in 2012, Ryan has a rich winemaking legacy, with five generations of vineyard stewardship in Sonoma County dating back to the 1880’s. Located in an idyllic setting atop the Laguna Ridge in the heart of Russian River Valley with a 300 foot wine cave – only 1 of 4 in the area. Ryan is guided by a philosophy that blends an understanding of the land and tradition with evolving science and data that allows for precision winemaking.

June 21 – 27

Bucher Wines

After graduating from UC Davis in 1984, John Bucher returned to Healdsburg to manage the family dairy operation, Bucher Farms, eventually transitioning the herd to an organic dairy farm. John continued on his parent’s path of growing the dairy herd, while also looking for opportunities to diversify to higher-value crops to stay economically sustainable. In 1997 John planted the first Bucher Vineyard Pinot Noir blocks for Bucher Farms. Additional plantings of Pinot Noir and eventually Chardonnay followed and today, Bucher Vineyard Pinot Noir grapes are sold to several notable Sonoma County wineries, including Williams Selyem, Siduri Wines, Papapietro Perry, Kosta Brown, C. Donatiello, and others.

June 28 – July 4

Immortal Estate Wines

Can anything else taste as sweet as immortality? Of all earth’s creatures, only the immortal jellyfish lives on forever. As winemakers, we can aspire to create a wine that will stand the test of time. By dedicating ourselves to excellence in our pursuit of a wine that pairs infinitely well with life’s finest moments, we hope to create memories that will last forever. 

July 5 – 11

Hafner Vineyard

In 1967 Dick and Mary Hafner purchased 250 acres in Alexander Valley. 100 of those acres are vineyards; the rest are oak woodlands that are left for the flora and fauna.​ In September 1982 they were ready for their first crush with Parke at the helm. Now three generations of Harfners work together producing Chardonnay, Cabernet, a Malbec blend and Rose. Perfectly quoted by Parke, “if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right.”

A true partnership forms from a connection but also the deeper set of values. Living a simple and balanced life of family, friends, nature and adventure couldn’t be anymore apparent in these wines and with this team.

July 12 – 18

Halleck Vineyard

“Building Community Through Wine.” The logo represents an H for Halleck. More importantly, it expresses “one-to-one”, depicted as Roman numerals. Fostering a personal connection with everyone who enjoys their wine. Viewing the dot as a grape, it has served as a plant of power for over 8,000 years, as wine is viewed as sacred in almost all the major religions…and for good reason. It has the unique ability to connect us, elevating a conversation and building community. Which the circle represents our community. True to their word and mission, Halleck Vineyard has been devoted to our world from day one and has raised over $750,000 for charities all over the world for causes dearest to the hearts of their Inner Circle members by creating experiences for auction.

July 19 – 25

Kobler Estate

A firm belief that the Russian River Valley is the veritable Garden of Eden for Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and cool-climate Syrah. We couldn’t agree more! A father and son run family winery, Michael and Mike are creating award-winning, idyllic Rhone and Burgundian wines since 2012, nestled in their estate in Green Valley appellation.

July 26 – August 1

Front Porch Farm

In 2010 Peter and Mimi began to build a farm guided by the principle that diversity is nature’s basic pattern. They view farming as a symphony of life-affirming patterns; learning how to take care of the biotic community resident in their soils; orchestrating the succession of crops, each benefitting from its predecessor and using diversity as their guiding principle.

Meticulously farmed and certified organic, they aren’t just growing plants, they are supporting a whole ecosystem which takes time, experience and dedication – a true inspiration. Every bottle we’ve ever had from Front Porch Farm has carried through the astounding qualities it takes to make it – appreciating every glass and the team creating it.

August 2 – 8

Young Hagen Wines

From Minnesota to Southern California to Napa and Sonoma, with prestigious professional golf tours in between, Tim and Ali Beranek brought Young Hagen to life in 2013. Combined with a passion for wine and experience from Kosta Browne and Outpost Wines Tim brings his own unique style and approach to these wines, just as he did on the golf course.​ 

With the hand-dipped waxed tops (with help of their kids) to starkly beautiful labels and defined character Tim brings us stand out wines you will cherish.

August 9 – 16

Scherrer Winery

A simple philosophy – make a good tasting wine that will age well. Since their first vintage in 1991, Fred & Judi Scherrer have been creating handcrafted, full-flavored wines that express the personality of the unique Sonoma County vineyards where they are grown.

From their hands on, honest winemaking approach to the vast knowledge and shared love for this craft, Scherrer Winery brings the consistent balance of simplicity and approachability to Region throughout their unique varietals.

August 16 – 22

Zo Wines

Located just outside of Healdsburg in Dry Creek Valley David and his team have a 10-acre boutique farmstay winery focused on four very important principles – stay, taste, learn and explore. The reputation, history and development of Zo Wines is interwoven with the quality and individual character of family-owned vineyards. At the very heart of our winemaking philosophy is the requirement of the ‘the right fruit, from the right places, grown with the right people’!