' Field Stone Winery - Visit Us

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Photo of little houseWe welcome you to visit us here at Field Stone.  We are located in Northern California’s Sonoma County approximately seventy miles north of San Francisco at 10075 Highway 128 in the heart of the wine country between the towns of Healdsburg and Calistoga.  Our tasting room is open to visitors daily between the hours of 10:00 am and 5:00 pm (Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter being the only exceptions).  We love to give tours of our winery and vineyards, and only ask that you please call ahead to make arrangements.  Our picnic area, under the spreading oaks that surround our underground winery, overlooks the Alexander Valley and provides one of the most beautiful scenic vistas in the California wine country.

Directions from San Francisco:

Head north on Highway 101 past Santa Rosa and take the Shiloh Road exit.  Turn right and take Shiloh Road east to Old Redwood Highway.  Turn left and take Old Redwood Highway north to Pleasant Avenue.  Turn right and take Pleasant Avenue east to Chalk Hill Road.  Turn left and head north on Chalk Hill Road (a beautiful, winding, back country road) approximately 12 miles until you reach Highway 128.  Turn left onto Highway 128 where Field Stone is located approximately 300 feet to the north.

Directions from Napa Valley/Calistoga:

Head north on Highway 29 which will merge with Highway 128 just outside of Calistoga.  You will enjoy a beautiful drive through Knights Valley before you enter Alexander Valley.  Field Stone is the first Alexander Valley winery you will encounter and is located on the left hand side of the road just past the Alexander Valley entrance sign.  Field Stone is approximately 15 miles from Calistoga.

Directions from Eureka:

Head south on Highway 101 past the town of Geyserville to the Lytton Springs Road exit.  Turn left and take Lytton Springs Road east under the freeway and over the railroad tracks to Lytton Station Road.  Turn left and take Lytton Station Road until it dead ends into Alexander Valley Road.  Turn left and head east on Alexander Valley Road.  Continue east on Alexander Valley Road as it merges with Highway 128, past Jimtown store (the cheerful looking green and yellow country store which is an excellent spot to pick up a picnic lunch) and around the right hand curve heading south toward Calistoga.  Field Stone is approximately 3 miles from that curve on the right hand side of the road. 

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