May 13-16, 2021
Wine + Design Lunch
Location: THE VINTNERS HOUSE AT ANABA WINES
Friday, May 15, 2020
12:30 – 3:00 PM
AN EXTENSION OF THE FAMILY HOME
Nestled along meandering wine country roads, tucked behind ornate private gateways, Sonoma Valley is home to many exclusive estates that are as spectacular as they are secluded. John Sweazey and John Michael Sweazey, father and son proprietors of Anaba Wines, invite you to experience their newly built Vintners House in Sonoma Valley’s Los Carneros region. Broad windows look out over the estate vineyards, drawing the eye to the distant hills and Sonoma Mountain, while the warm and inviting atmosphere makes the inside feel like an extension of the Sweazeys’ family home. With rich blues, soft grays and deep browns, the color palette takes inspiration from nature – evoking fog, water, earth and even the anabatic winds that give the winery its name. Designed to harmonize with the rural setting, The Vintners House hints at a bygone era, complementing the 120-year-old farmstead that was Anaba’s original tasting room. Beyond the landscaped courtyard, bocce ball and paddle tennis provide Signature Sonoma Valley guests the opportunity to engage in a bit of competition after a very thoughtfully paired wine lunch.
FEATURING WINES FROM: Anaba Wines
Acquired by Kathleen and John Sweazey in 2005, the 16-acre plot of land was home to an old farmhouse. With great inspiration from their family home, the project began in 2018 with collaboration between builders Steve Martin Associates and interior design CadenceCo. and the classic white and modern style farmhouse, appropriately named the ‘Vintners House’ opened in October 2019.