Aside from the great wine, the beautiful white buildings and gondola ride make Sterling Vineyards a must visit!
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Friends had recommended this tour and we were not disappointed! The cable car up, the views, the food pairing (we did the silver tour) and the different stations made for a very nice afternoon. We took our kids there for their 21st birthday and all...More
Came here last year and we enjoyed the upgraded experience, so when I came back this year - with family - I encouraged everyone to do the same experience. I had been raving about how we got to sit on a beautiful patio and taste...More
We had been recommended to visit here while staying with Friends in Novato,California. We had a wonderful visit and the stand out is that the visit starts with a Cable car ride up over the vineyard to the Winery on higher ground.The Winery itself is...More
They don't tell you, if it's a 100+ degrees, the trams don't run. Whether or not the tram works, it's $32 for tasting! The "AC" van they use to take you to the top is not so "AC" and the price doesn't change. $25 for...More
From the parking area it was very unimpressive, but once on the gondola it started to open up and got better. I was drawn in by the beautiful ride and views. Then we were at the top it felt more of a resort than a...More
This place is amazing a very quaint. Its beautifully set and being a visitor there was really a lovely experience! On top of that the wines tasted so good! A place to visit for sure!
Self guided tour means walking from tasting to tasting yourself and watching videos on the way. Stunning view! Fun tram ride. Nice wine. There's an opportunity to purchase a glass of wine and chees plate and relax looking at the view
The tour of this property are worth the tasting fee. I would recommend the genera admission tasting as the silver didn't add much to it for the price. The views from the terraces are magnificent and the aerial tram is a unique addition. The wines...More
The cable ride is awesome! I got to ride solo, just got this season. There is a walking tour and not much to see. Wines are very forgettable. Glad they had water stations and misting fans, but still too hot!!! They charge admission now -...More