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The Olive Press

#16 of 104 things to do in Sonoma Features Animals
24724 Hwy 121, Sonoma, CA 95476
+1 800-965-4839
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24724 Hwy 121, Sonoma, CA 95476
+1 800-965-4839
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were taken here for a visit by our hosts and it was outstanding. The olive oils are fresh and amazing. You will never want to use that terrible stuff you buy in the supermarket again. The highlight for me was when one of the...More

Thank leom5558
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I great treat after going wine tasting. Locally grown olives processed on the grounds. Lots of different flavor olive oils.

Thank tyagi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

NIce property and so many olive oils to choose from, beautiful grounds to visit and wine tasting room in the same building.

Thank ciprian t
Reviewed 10 May 2017

This was our second stop during an escorted wine tour, and I opted to pass on the wine tasting to visit the "olive division" and taste their samples. They offer a large number of olive oil parings, but the "olive oil and fig" was simply...More

Thank MPAnderson001
Reviewed 25 March 2017

This place has wonderful flavored olive oils and balsamic vinegars. You can taste them to know how they taste. My favorite is the Mango Balsamic!!

Thank cmanis01
Reviewed 22 March 2017

We came over here on the recommendation of Cline which is a sister company. Did a great wine tasting and had fun looking around the shop. Lots of goodies. Beautiful building

1  Thank MsColorado
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Have some free wine tasting and loosen your purse strings. Buy some wine country tchotkes , food wine and OLIVE oil. It all seemed unique until I went into the store across the highway and they had the same stuff

Thank uesnna
Reviewed 8 March 2017

The variety of olive oils and vinegars is really amazing. I went with family and even my 8 year old daughter thought the visit was great (they allowed her to mix different vinegars together to try). We bought several items. To answer some of the...More

Thank daniarwen
Reviewed 1 March 2017

This place is really pretty, but tends to also be very busy. Has a great selection of oils and vinegars and a complimentary wine tasting. Great prosecco and a fun chocolate and wine shot!

Thank 1CKP
Reviewed 20 February 2017

They have a 12 year aged Balsamic that is so good. Really tastes as if it were aged longer. The lady that waited on us was very helpful. She understood what we were looking for and offered tastes of just the right ones. Check out...More

Thank 1stLadyrider
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Rita J
How much do the tours cost? Are the tours given all year long even when the olives are not being processed? What time of year are the presses being used?
1 August 2016|
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Response from Harvey C | Reviewed this property |
The Olive Press was extremely flexible about tour days and times (unlike similar places in the area). The tour itself lasts about one hour. Cost was $ 10 per person. We went in July which is not 'in season', yet we had more... More