Besides the stellar wines, whimsical statues and historical landmarks can be found all along the winding North Sonoma wine country roads. Whether it’s a towering coyote howling at the moon at Wilson Winery in Dry Creek, or a step back in time at the old Dry Creek General store, built circa 1881, the valleys are steeped in history.
Continue further south on Westside Road, south of Healdsburg where the old Hop Kiln California Historical Landmark No. 893 jets toward the sky. Once an old hops operation, the site is now home to Landmark’s Hop Kiln Estate where Pinot Noir rules.