S.F. Bay Area
Sonoma Valley Attractions
Cornerstone is located in Sonoma (directly across from Gloria
Ferrer Champagne Cellars and about one mile past the Viansa Winery).
Look for the Cornerstone sign and giant blue Adirondack chair off
Hwy 121 (see photos right).
The Blue Tree Cafe (indoor and outdoor seating) is a
fun place to stop for coffee or a snack (or pick up a picnic box
lunch to go) before a day of wine-tasting in Sonoma Valley.
Be sure to check
out Cornerstone's Gardens — inspired
by the International Garden Festival at Chaumont-sur-Loire
Quoting Cornerstone's web site... "Cornerstone Festival of
Gardens is an ever-changing series of walk-through gardens, showcasing
new and innovative designs from the world’s finest landscape
architects and designers."
Self-Guided Visits Daily.
Private Tours 707-933-3010
Wine-Tasting and more...
Cornerstone also has several
unique shops, art galleries and wine-tasting rooms — Roshambo
Winery is open daily 10am-5pm.
& Private Parties
Cornerstone offers several
venues for Corporate Events and Private Parties —
Wine-Tasting Receptions, Weddings, Family Celebrations, Team-Building
Valley Visitors Bureau
Visit the Sonoma Valley Visitors
Bureau (located next to the cafe), for information on wineries,
restaurants, shopping, and fun things to do while visiting Sonoma.
The Bureau operates two Visitor Centers — one
at Cornerstone and the other, in the heart
of downtown Sonoma.
Both are open year-round, seven days a week.
Wear the "I love
Sonoma Valley" stick-on label during your visit to
Sonoma and get discounts at participating venues — during
our last visit, we enjoyed "2-for-1" wine-tasting at
a family winery and free toasted garlic bread at one of Sonoma's
23570 Hwy 121, Sonoma
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