St. Francis Winery & Vineyards

VISIT US : Sonoma Tastemakers

Join us in our beautiful Mission-style Tasting Room for a new food and wine program. Each month we will host a different Sonoma County producer in to share their artisan products and stories. St. Francis staff will pair wines to accompany the products and share insights on the pairing process.


Bloomfield Organics | January 31, 2015 | 1-3pm

Bloomfield Organics is an award winning organic vegetable, strawberry, pasture raised eggs and herb farm in the rolling hills of Western Sonoma County. Bloomfield features a U-PICK and year-round CSA program to experience some of the best veggies in the West.

Costeaux French Bakery | February 28, 2015 | 1-3pm

The Healdsburg-based bakery is celebrated for its legendary artisan breads and open-air bakery cafe. Costeaux is one of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay and holds the Sweepstakes and Best of Show Awards for breads, cookies and cakes from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair.

Laura Chenel | March 28, 2015 | 1-3pm

Laura Chenel is the recognized “pioneer” of American goat cheese production. From the early creation of fresh goat cheese on a small Sebastopol farm to its current home in the new state-of-the-art creamery in Sonoma County’s Carneros region; Laura Chenel’s Chèvre has grown along with America’s increasing appreciation of goat milk cheese.Their sister company, Marin French Cheese, is the longest continually operated cheese company in America, crafting award-winning cow’s milk cheeses, including brie and camembert.


“We’ve always believed in discussing the relationship of wine and food with our guests.  This new program gives us the opportunity to celebrate all of the wonderful producers in Sonoma County and allows our guests to experience wine tasting in a new way.”
~ St. Francis Winery President & CEO Christopher Silva.

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