This is a wonderful shop, a mixture of domestic and imported kitchen items. It has everything you never knew you needed. I always come here to gift shop, but I generally end up treating myself to at least one thing.
I dare you to leave without buying something!
What to buy: On any one visit you'll find an international array of goods: ceramic cups from Portugal, pizza stones from Italy, tablecloths from France, porcelain bowls from Japan, and the best darn can opener I've ever found, made right here in the USA.
They sell everything from amusing Post-Its (e.g. Sister Mary Margarita and Sister Mary Merlot), to children's plates, to picnic baskets complete with corkscrew.
Visitors to the Ledson Winery Marketplace are treated to a true sensory feast. Chef John Hallgrimson chooses from the freshest and finest of the local Sonoma bounty to create an inviting array of salads, sandwiches and quick bites.
The Marketplace also offers an extensive selection of locally produced gourmet items including condiments, oils, jams, tapanades and artisan cheeses. One whiff and you'll be hooked on the fresh baked breads and desserts
Just like everything about this vineyard, the deli is top notch and would not dissapoint even the most discerning gourmet.
What to buy: This upscale deli is a convenient place to pick up picnic supplies with a great selection of cheeses, salamis, olives, bread and of course, wine.
What to pay: It's not the least expensive place to buy supplies but the grounds outside are worth it. Oh, and the wine can ONLY be purchased on the premises.
Wonderfully eclectic shop. Primarily cooking oriented, this place is a must see.
What to buy: Standard and some unique cooking utensils.
What to pay: various
Lots of cool stuff and I promised the gallery owners I would put it on my page because it was so cool. It is kind of several galleries. Sculpture, painting, photography,