Three Sticks’ commitment to stewardship of the land and people is reflected in its home, the Vallejo-Castenada Adobe. The Adobe was originally built in 1842 by Salvador Vallejo, brother to General Mariano Vallejo, and has been lovingly restored as a Sonoma landmark. Widely recognized for producing pinot noir and chardonnay from exceptional estate vineyards, Three Sticks offers a variety of curated experiences by reservation.
The Adobe Experience
We invite you to visit our home, the Vallejo-Casteñada Adobe, to enjoy our intimate tasting experiences and see the amazing transformation of this incredible historic space for yourself. Whether a guided tasting through award-winning wines or a food and wine pairing with local culinary delights, we create a tasting experience that celebrates both craft and community.
Experiences are available by reservation and limited to 6 guests per party. Due to historic elements of our property and our licensing, we do not allow dogs or visitors under the age of 21. Prices listed are pre-tax and we recommend that you allow 60 minutes for your appointment. For exclusive access to our members-only lounge please inquire here. If you have questions, contact us at (707) 996-3328 ext. 105 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to visit us in person, we’d love to host you for an intimate and educational virtual tasting experience with one of our knowledgeable Adobe hosts. Click here to learn more about our virtual tasting experiences.
Taste of Three Sticks
Taste through a guided, educational flight of our estate chardonnays and pinot noirs. Learn about our historic Adobe home and our portfolio of Sonoma County vineyard sites during this private experience.
Choose from a complimentary three wine flight or purchase a bottle from our wine list to enjoy in this private space, exclusively for wine club members. Culinary bites available upon request. Friday-Sunday. More details here.
Food & Wine Pairing
Our Food & Wine experience is five estate wines paired perfectly with curated dishes in partnership with Chef James Nobel. Sunday through Friday only. Vegan and gluten-free options available. Returns November 2022, accepting bookings now.
$75 / $110
per club member / non-member
Constructed by Captain Salvador Vallejo, infamous brother of beloved General Mariano Vallejo.
Gregory & Harriet Jones purchased the property, which they called "La Casita", and launched into a major restoration.
Mrs. Jones' estate sold The Adobe to her dear friends, Robert & Leslie Demler, who meticulously cared for the building for the next 15 years.
Bill & Eva Price purchased The Adobe from the Demlers for Three Sticks in November 2012, 170 years after its original construction.