Wine Country’s Latest Hidden Gem: Anaba Wines

Anaba Wines

Looking for the next hidden gem in wine country? Look no further. Anaba Wines has you covered.

Enjoy elegant, high-quality wines amid an easy-breezy atmosphere in the Carneros region of Sonoma Valley. At Anaba, we pride ourselves on creating seriously delicious wines and experiences, yet don’t take ourselves too seriously.

Our culinary delights — from wood-fired pizzas to our ever-popular french onion dip with waffle fries to a newly released brunch board — will have you planning your next tasting before you even leave! Try our new summer menu, featuring must-tries like the vegan board, cashew queso dip and sweet potato fries with a green goddess avocado dip.

At Anaba, sustainability is a core value that has continued to evolve. In 2009, Anaba Wines became the first Northern California winery to utilize wind power. Proprietor John Sweazey installed a 45-foot Skystream 3.7 wind turbine to provide clean energy for operations on the estate. Then came the installation of a 167.4 kW DC solar electric system. The sprawling solar power system, consisting of 465 high-efficiency 360-watt solar panels, was installed on our production facility and Vintners House. The system will produce 243,960 kWh annually, and any excess power we generate will flow back into the local utility system, reducing the strain on the local power grid.

During the life of the system, nearly 172 metric tons of carbon dioxide generated by our operations will be eliminated. This is equivalent to removing the amount of air pollution produced by over 428,014 miles of driving annually or to the pollutants removed by 225 acres of trees in a year.

Anaba is always seeking new ways to become truly, holistically sustainable, from offering livable wages to our employees to relying on hyperlocal suppliers for our food program.

Anaba Wines

Our charcuterie board’s various cheeses are sourced from Point Reyes’ Cowgirl Creamery, while Sonoma Spice Queen of Petaluma was featured in various holiday-themed wine bundles. Further, Three Sisters Apothecary produced lavender soaps and body butters formulated with lavender grown on-site at Anaba. We consciously source from small, family-owned vineyards that align with our mission, vision and values.

Anaba continues working with producers focused on fully recyclable packaging and lighter-weight glass to reduce carbon emissions. We also are mindful of the land at J McK Estate Vineyard, where we practice regenerative agriculture.

The end goal is always to positively impact the community while continuing to make the best wines possible. Cheers to sustainability, great food and delicious, memorable wines!