Please enjoy a Food and Wine pairing for 6 guests at the historic Adobe just off the Sonoma Square. Plus, take home a Magnum or Three Sticks Wine!
Three Sticks’ restoration of the historic Vallejo-Casteñada Adobe is complete, and our fabulous new home in downtown Sonoma is now open by appointment only.
We invite you to visit and see for yourself the amazing transformation of this incredible historic space. Learn about our intimate, educational experiences.
Constructed by Captain Salvador Vallejo, infamous brother of beloved General Mariano Vallejo, in 1842, the historic Vallejo–Casteñada Adobe is the longest occupied residence in Sonoma and one of the town’s few remaining buildings from California’s Mexican Period. Over the years, The Adobe has had a number of owners and configurations. In December 1947, Gregory & Harriet Jones purchased the property, which they called “La Casita”, and launched into a major restoration. Mrs. Jones’ estate sold The Adobe to her dear friends Robert & Leslie Demler in 1997 who meticulously cared for the building for the next 15 years. Bill & Eva Price purchased The Adobe from the Demlers for Three Sticks in November 2012, 170 years after its original construction.
Please note advance reservations are required.
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