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Adastra Wine & Art

Our tasting room, ADASTRA Wine & Art, is situated right on the historic Sonoma Plaza, complete with views of City Hall, ambling ducks and flags blowing in the breeze.

We currently offer a complimentary tasting of at least two wines and an Estate Tasting for $20 which features at least four wines from our organically-farmed vineyard in the Napa Carneros. We also offer wines by the glass, making us the perfect spot for a pre-prandial libation.

Our art gallery displays a rotating selection of work by Bay Area artists. Read more about our commitment to the arts and our current exhibit.
Please give us a call for more details or make Adastra a destination on your next trip to the area.
ADASTRA Wine & Art
5 East Napa Street
Sonoma, CA 95476
Tasting Room: 707-721-1914
Office: 707-255-4818
Current Hours:
Thursday - 3 pm to 6 pm
Friday - noon to 6 pm
Saturday - noon to 6 pm
Sunday - noon to 6 pm
Monday - noon to 6 pm
Other times by appointment or whim.
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About "... & Art"

Adastra's commitment to the showcasing local artists is a natural extension of the family's abiding interest in the visual, performing, and literary arts. In addition to mounting exhibits at the tasting room, Adastra has supported non-profit arts organizations through sponsorships and donations of wine and meeting space. Beneficiaries include:
Crescent Montessori School
Napa Valley Writers' Conference
San Francisco Symphony
Sebastiani Theatre Foundation
Sonoma Conservatory of Dance
Sonoma Plein Air Foundation
Sonoma Valley International Film Festival
Transcendence Theatre Company

Current Exhibit:
"Pop Up Creativity: La Nuestra Gente"
Showing through January 29, 2018

Local photographer Niki Camerin collaborated with the middle school class at Crescent Montessori School to capture images and stories from community members in the Springs neighborhood north of Sonoma. The project was underwritten by a Creative Sonoma Pop Up Grant.

Camerin said she was inspired to undertake the project by a desire to show appreciation for a community she respects and admires.

"I wanted to portray who the people behind the 'Mexican Immigrant' label really are and learn about their culture, their journey into this country and their everyday lives," said Camerin. "The workers I know are needed and hired by local businesses that couldn't operate without them. On top of that, there are so many Mexican family-owned businesses in town that are successful and thriving, and very little is said about them."

For more about the exhibit, visit lanuestragente.com.