Del Dotto Vineyards
While the wines are the masterpiece of Del Dotto Vineyards, a great wine tasting experience must have world-class food that brings the wine to life. Del Dotto’s executive chef Joshua Schwartz, formerly of The French Laundry, Per Se, Bouchon and Bouley, has also been with the team for more than a decade and his inspired cuisine has highlighted how to marry the art of wine and food.
From house-cured salumi and slow braised meats to vegetables from their garden and Grandma Dee’s handmade ravioli, Chef Joshua collaborates on a unique menu that embodies the season and pairs perfectly and highlights Del Dotto’s Vineyards amazing wines. Do you know what is in executive chef Joshua Schwartz cabinet? Yup, you guessed it. Sonoma Vinegar.
At Farmstead restaurant, their connection to rugged mountain terrain, mineral-rich riverbed benchland, and the cool coastal air is tangible through the dishes and ambiance carefully curated by the Halls and their artisans. The talents of chefs, farmers, cattle ranchers, winemakers, and restaurant managers create a Napa Valley experience like no other.
Hog Island Oyster
Hog Island started out with the aim of cultivating the highest quality oysters possible, thats is still the driving principle behind this delicious oyster company. We know take time and Hog Island has developed sustainable aquaculture techniques to produce superior shellfish that taste wonderful while building a community of like-minded people. They take great care in everything that they do, from cultivating oysters through to the ways in which they work with the environment and finally how they present their product to you. Their "Bay to Bar" philosophy - every step is important, and we want to ensure that we always meet the high standards that we set ourselves. This is exactly why Hog Island has been a long-time customer of Sonoma Vinegar.
Houtskool Dumplings is a pop up dumpling house, based in Healdsburg, California, combining Japanese heritage with culinary craftsmanship.
Taste a modern expression of pure ingredients through artisan milled flour, locally farmed organic vegetables and pastured meats and yes, Sonoma Vinegar.
Through its menu, service, and ambience, Jackson’s showcases an attention to detail usually reserved for more upscale venues. The dishes feature the abundance of organic, seasonal ingredients that Sonoma County is famous for. The breads, mustards, pickles (we cannot confirm nor deny the use of Sonoma Vinegar here) and more are crafted in-house. Gluten-free options abound. Whether you’re there for a quick lunch, dinner with the kids, post-work happy hour, or dessert and a nightcap, you’ll find a warm welcome and wine-country style.
Nestled next to Vintners Inn, John Ash & Co. was the first Sonoma restaurant to introduce the concept of cooking with seasonal, locally sourced foods and produce while pairing exceptional recipes with wines from the region.
Today, John Ash & Co. remains an icon for a romantic, fine dining restaurant with Executive Chef Thomas Schmidt continuing the standards of cooking excellence enjoyed by locals and guests alike. Chef Tom’s extensive wine knowledge provides the perfect foundation for creating innovative recipes that complement the restaurant’s extensive, award-winning wine list.
Johnston’s Saltbox is a neighborhood restaurant, featuring a from-scratch kitchen & local wine list, highlighting the bay area’s best artisan product. Including… Sonoma Vinegar.
Napa Valley Heritage Catering
NVHC’s menus are created to enhance the flavor and subtle nuances from carefully selected produce and proteins. Having experiences in many hospitality venues. Their team has been able to observe not only the importance of using quality products but also the importance of the relationships made with the people providing the product.
Over the years they have established valuable relationships with local purveyors, farmers and hospitality partners. Nurturing and maintaining these relationships and the relationship with the community is the mission. Which is why Sonoma Vinegar partnered with them.
Off the Grid SF
Off the Grid began in June 2010 with the simple idea of grouping Street Food creators together to create an experience that allows neighbors to connect with friends, and families to reconnect with each other.
Since then, their markets have become a Bay Area icon and quintessential San Franciscan activity, known for its unique food and cultural experiences. Off The Grid currently operate 50+ weekly public events throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
This locals' favorite is where you’ll find area vintners gathered after hours over craft cocktails, friends unwind over leisurely dinners, and couples letting time slip away under the glow of a 20-foot fire pit. Solbar divides its menu into light, delicate flavors to stimulate your palate, and bold, savory dishes to comfort your soul, all with ingredients that showcase the best of what’s fresh and seasonal in the Napa Valley. Come and relax on our sun-dappled, palm tree-studded terrace, or head inside, where the our Napa barn-meets-San Francisco loft features sliding glass doors that open onto panoramic views of the Palisades Mountains.
Sonoma Wine Shop
This cult classic wine shop in Sonoma and Sebastopol has an amazing kitchen at their Sebastopol location. You can visit and enjoy awesome wine by the glass (30 or more open nightly) with some wonderful pasta, soup, salad, dessert and more. The fun part is the menu changes daily.
The Starks believe it’s not enough to provide great food and service in a comfortable setting—those things are to be expected. Their goal is to provide an experience that will leave diners saying, “I can’t wait to come back.” With six restaurants under their belts, that philosophy seems to be working. Yes, our vinegar is in all six of their restaurants.