Wooden Valley Winery
7 locals recommend
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For three generations, the Lanza family has been producing award-winning wines at Wooden Valley Winery. The family shares a strong connection to this land and an unrelenting commitment to improving the way they farm their vineyards and craft their wines. They are proud to be Suisun Valley's oldest…
Family local owned winery that hosts food truck Fridays and other cool events.
Local winery that hosts "Food Truck Fridays" with live music and an assortment of street vendors!
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“Located in the heart of Suisun Valley, next to the historic Mankas Corner, Vezer Family Vineyard's Mankas Gardens offers beautiful outdoor garden seating and private tastings in the Legacy room. Taste the Vezer family's award-winning wines while admiring all the natural beauty the valley has to offer. Mankas Gardens is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The Vezer wineries include three tasting rooms - Mankas Gardens and the Blue Victorian are both open daily, while the tasting room at the family's ranch estate is open by appointment only. Visit the winery's Mankas Gardens tasting room for information on tours and appointments for the ranch property. The Vezérs present a unique wine tasting experience here in Suisun Valley. Come and taste the family's award winning wines while seeing all the natural beauty the valley has to offer. The winery is best known for the Petite Sirah and Zinfandel. The Petite Sirah is so popular that the family has nicknamed the region the "Petite Sirah Capital of the World." For growing Petite Sirah, the Suisun Valley Appellation is rated as the oldest and best in the State of California by the U.C Davis University.”
- 5 locals recommend
“Il Fiorello Olive Oil Company is a family-owned company dedicated to growing and milling the finest quality artisan olive oil. Owners Ann and Mark Sievers produce oil from their own groves. Their properties are located in Green Valley and Suisun Valley between Fairfield and Napa Valley, a still-rural area where creek-side soils allow good drainage for the trees.Il Fiorello is proud to present their international award-winning olive oils as well as wines produced on their own label. Come see the Visitor Center and Olive Mill for tours and tastings. Tastings are daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mill tours are available by appointment. Group tours are also available. Please call ahead to customize your tour and tastings. Food pairings are available along with the international award-winning olive oils. The visitor center also includes a gift shop, a corporate event meeting space, and an outdoor patio with magnificent views of over 2,000 olive trees and the surrounding valley. Group cooking lessons in the 'Kitchen in the Grove' Culinary Center and demonstrations led by executive chefs are especially popular. Il Fiorello offers private classes, dinners and specialty cooking technique classes for large groups. Reservations are required. Fun Fact: The name Il Fiorello means "little flower" in Italian, so named after Ann's grandfather, Dominic Fiorello. She chose the symbolic name for the tiny, white flowers on the olive trees, each of which will become a delicious olive for milling into ultra premium oil. Il Fiorello is open daily year-round, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.”
- 6 locals recommend
“Larry's Produce is a popular roadside produce stand in Suisun Valley open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June to December every year. Larry Balestra, a fourth generation farmer, and his wife Lisa, opened the produce stand in the summer of 1986 at their current location on Suisun Valley Road near Fairfield. With only themselves and a single employee, the trio farmed about 40 acres to start. After years of hard work and developing innovative business techniques, they now farm over 1,200 acres that include various fruits and vegetables sold at the stand, as well as wheat, safflower, garbanzo beans and canario beans. The small fruit stand has also grown substantially and has turned into a busy hub for both local shoppers and businesses as well as visitors from adjacent cities and counties. The Balestras employ approximately 80 people during the peak season. In addition to selling the large variety of fruits and vegetables they grow on their land, they also augment their selection by purchasing products from the San Francisco terminal market. These are generally fruits and vegetables that they are unable to grow themselves due to climate and soil restrictions. By further serving their customers in this way, Larry's has become a one-stop shopping stand for fresh produce and one of the largest in Solano County.”
- 4 locals recommend
“A great park up in Fairfield (20-25 minute drive from our front door) with lots of hills, trails and hiking/biking opportunities. They are dog friendly so feel free to bring your canine companion. ”
- 5 locals recommend