With the greatest hits of Burgundy (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir) and the Rhône (Grenache, Mourvèdre, Syrah, Viognier), along with several blends, this relative newcomer tries to be all things to most wine drinkers—and generally succeeds. The Sonoma Coast and Gap's Crown Vineyard Pinot Noirs are the standouts, as is the Sun Chase Vineyard Chardonnay, but all the wines—Anaba also makes a white and a red Port and a late-harvest Viognier—are thoughtfully crafted. The bungalowlike
tasting room sits at the intersection of highways 121 and 116 (turn west at the blinking red light). A side patio faces the vineyards; if you don't mind a little highway noise, on a sunny day it's not a bad spot for a picnic put together at the deli across the street.