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Bacchus Landing to Debut Healdsburg Collective of Winery Tasting Rooms in Summer 2021


Family-Owned Company Set To Open a Curated Collective of Winery Tasting Rooms, Artisanal Food Market and Hospitality Center in the Heart of Healdsburg

Healdsburg, Calif., June 24, 2021 — Bacchus Landing is pleased to announce the official opening of its curated collective of winery tasting rooms in July 2021. Located less than one mile from the bustling Healdsburg Plaza at the crossroads of three of Sonoma County’s premier wine regions, Bacchus Landing will be the home to eight different wineries across five separate open-air tasting rooms, representing a diverse range of grape varieties and winemaking styles.

Sonoma County residents Monica and Francisco Lopez, along with their parents Al and Dina, developed the concept for Bacchus Landing in 2015 with the goal of showcasing the region’s boutique wineries in an atmosphere that reflects their family’s deep-seated passion for hospitality and family gatherings. The Lopez family also founded Aldina Vineyards, a Sonoma County-based wine label focused on premium Cabernet Sauvignon. As a family who live and work in the community, the Lopez’s want Bacchus Landing to offer many of the things most beloved by Healdsburg locals and visitors alike.

“Our goal was to build a destination that reflects the exceptional quality and variety of wines here in Sonoma County. Now that Bacchus Landing is ready to open, we feel that we were able to accomplish that goal,” says Monica Lopez, Co-Owner and General Manager of Bacchus Landing.

Designed by the Lopez family to reflect the Mediterranean architecture of their own home, Bacchus Landing features four single-winery tasting rooms, one co-operative tasting room, an expansive central piazza, and a variety of comfortable settings where visitors can enjoy artisanal bites from the Market at Bacchus Landing, and find the perfect spot among the property’s 3+ acres to relax and enjoy the day with family and friends. Families and larger groups are sure to enjoy “Frank’s Place” located just outside the piazza walls that will feature bocce ball courts, picnic tables, lawn games, music, herb gardens and a variety of fruit trees.

Upon Bacchus Landing’s opening, three local wineries will unveil their first brick-and-mortar tasting rooms; wineries include Montagne Russe Wines as well as 13th & Third Wines and Aldina Vineyards, which will occupy the only co-operative tasting room on the piazza. Later this summer, AldenAlli and Dot Wine will also be opening their doors at Bacchus Landing. The final two tasting spaces will be filled by wineries that are currently working out the details for their new homes at Bacchus Landing.

“Bacchus Landing will be the premier wine tasting destination in Sonoma County wine country. Over the past 18 months, we have watched the evolution of the Lopez family dream turn into a reality, and we’re honored to have them as strategic partners. The location, design, and energy behind this project fits perfectly with our passion for hospitality,” says Dan Kosta, President and Co-Founder of AldenAlli.

Bacchus Landing will be open every day from 10:00am – 5:00pm and is located at 14210 Bacchus Landing Way, Healdsburg, CA 95448. For more information about Bacchus Landing, please visit www.bacchuslanding.com or follow Bacchus Landing on Instagram and Facebook at @BacchusLanding. To learn more about leasing a tasting room at Bacchus Landing, please email Monica Lopez at [email protected].

About Bacchus Landing 

Founded by siblings Monica and Francisco Lopez, along with their parents Al and Dina, Bacchus Landing is a curated collective of wineries representing a diverse spectrum of grape varieties and winemaking styles. It is located in the heart of Healdsburg at the crossroads of three of Sonoma County’s premier wine regions. Designed to reflect the Lopez family’s deep-seated passion for hosting family and friends, Bacchus Landing welcomes guests to come and stay the day, offering a relaxing escape from everyday life. The three-acre property boasts five spacious, open-air tasting rooms, an artisanal food market serving local wine-friendly bites, a more casual green space with picnic tables and bocce courts, a central piazza with café tables, a full commercial kitchen, and a variety of spaces for corporate meetings and events. For more information, please visit www.bacchuslanding.com.

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