The winery is open for Tastings every day from 10am to 5pm.  Reservations required.

VISIT We look forward to welcoming you!

Truett Hurst is a short 10 minute drive from downtown Healdsburg. There is no better way to get to know us and our wines then to visit. Be sure to stroll through our Biodynamic gardens, visit with our very friendly farm animals, and let the soothing sound of Dry Creek settle your soul. Our sister winery VML is also open for tastings right next door, and VML Club members enjoy waived or discounted tasting fees at Truett Hurst.

Tasting Experiences


The Homestead Tasting showcases a flight of five wines from the Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys.  Join us on the Patio or in the Tasting Room where our warm and hospitable staff will guide you through the tasting, exploring our wines and winemaking style while sharing our ecological approach to Biodynamic farming and the Dry Creek watershed restoration here on our Estate. We can only accommodate parties up to six people on the Patio and three people in the Tasting Room (including children).

The tasting fee is $35 per person, and delicious cheeseboard bite boxes from local favorite Field and Farms Bountiful can be added for an additional $22 per person.

For larger groups please call us at 707.433.9545 so we can try to accommodate your party.

This 90 minute tasting is served daily from 10am to 5pm and reservations are required.


Truett Hurst is my favorite spot on earth. It’s as close to heaven as you can get!

– Pat Fettinger, Wine Club Member since 2012

Black Label Wine and Cheese Pairing

The Black Label Tasting features our Black Label wines as well as other limited production favorites specially selected from our blue-chip vineyards throughout Dry Creek Valley.  And since Dry Creek Valley’s premier varietal is Zinfandel, we’ll be sure to include it in this tasting, along with some other show-stopping reds.  An array of artisan cheeses, specially selected to complement the wines, will be served. Please note we can only accommodate parties of up to six people, and guests need to be 21 and older.

The tasting fee is $80 per person.

For larger groups please call us at 707.433.9545 so we can try to accommodate your party.

This 2 hour tasting is served daily from 10 am to 5 pm and reservations are required.

Please call 707.433.9545 to book now!

The Eco-Estate Tour & Tasting

The Eco-Tour and Tasting is an opportunity to experience the beauty of Dry Creek Valley and learn what true environmental stewardship in viticulture looks like. This experience begins in the Truett Hurst tasting room, where your host will greet you with a glass of our Salmon Run Rosé Cuvée, and then you’ll head down to the creek to learn about the habitat restoration work taking place throughout the Dry Creek Valley watershed. The tour will continue through our organic and Biodynamic estate, including a stop to see our goats, sheep, and chickens, and conclude at the picturesque Creekside Lounge. Sonoma County artisan cheeses, specially selected to pair with the wines, will be served.

The Eco-Tour and Tasting fee is $115 per person.

Reservations are required.

Please call 707.433.9545 to book now!

Visit Frequently asked questions.

May we visit with our children?

Well-behaved children are always welcome, supervised by an adult at all times.  We think the best spot for guests with children is the Picnic Table area, because of its proximity to our entertaining farm animals and the Lawn.  We have machines that dispense goat food (for $.25) that can keep the little ones occupied.  We want our guests to enjoy the property, including the creek area, but the water moves quickly and it is vitally important to prohibit children from being anywhere near the creek unsupervised.  We ask that children are considerate in their play so our gardens will be around for others to enjoy.

Is food available for purchase or should I bring my own?

Guests are encouraged to bring snacks and picnic lunches from our area restaurants and shops.  We also sell a selection of cheeses, meats, crackers, chips, and non-alcoholic beverages in the Tasting Room.  Please do not bring hard-top coolers on wheels as they don’t work well on the gravel and can damage our lawn.

Can I bring my own wine?

Don’t be silly!  No alcoholic beverages- other than ours- can be served anywhere on the Estate property.

Can my dog be off leash?

While we know how much you love your dog, other guests might not feel the same!  Well behaved dogs are welcome outside, on a leash, and must be accompanied by a human at all times.  Dogs can’t come in the tasting room unless they are bona fide service animals.

What precautions are you taking to ensure the safety and comfort of your guests?

Based on guidance from our area health and governmental agencies, we have designed the guest experience to ensure a safe environment for you and our team.  Please view our Health & Safety Guidelines for more information.

May we swim in the creek?

Not unless you are a fish or an otter.

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