Glimpse Wine Country History at Bartholomew Park Winery

Nestled on a hillside on the eastern edge of the historic town of Sonoma, Bartholomew Park Winery serves up a rich blend of fine vintages and colorful history. Once the home and vineyards of Hungarian immigrant Agoston Haraszthy — often referred to as “the father of California viticulture” — the property has gone through a number of reincarnations since Haraszthy left in 1868. Over the years this place has served as a Victorian family estate, a resort, a delinquent women’s farm, a community hospital, and, once again, vineyards and a winery.