If you’re looking for magic in Sonoma, look no further than The Adobe at Three Sticks Wines. The beautifully restored adobe house is the oldest continuously occupied residence in California, originally built in 1842, and makes the perfect backdrop for Three Sticks Wines’ exquisite wines. The rich, balanced Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs hail from some of Sonoma County’s best vineyards. Three Sticks also dabbles in some heavier reds, including a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and an intriguingly rustic red blend, Castañada, which is splashed when you arrive.
Be sure to check out the bathrooms. We’re not kidding, they are stunning—you’ll want to move in immediately.
Walk to the north end of Sonoma Plaza, turn left onto Spain Street, and look for the low, white adobe building on the left.