Banshee Wines Tasting Room

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Pinot, Trout and Records in Healdsburg

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Wine tasting: something of a catch-22.

You taste wine. You eventually get a sip of something you like (notes of boysenberry, philosophy and Wednesdays). And then... you’re out. Bye. Nothing more to see here. Maybe a bottle to take home or a monthly membership or something.

But you’re thirsty for more Wednesday now.

So meet Banshee Wines Tasting Room, a swirling beauty of a tasting room that’ll host you for an actual glass of wine with some actual chicken-liver mousse like you’re at an actual wine bar, now open in Healdsburg.

Just steps off the plaza, you’ll find it—an inviting, low-key room with beat-up leather couches, a record player and a random “El Pino Club” sign from a flea market. Looks like your artist friend’s Mission living room, minus the bongos.

So sit down. Taste wine. The specialty here is Burgundy-style pinot noir and chardonnay, so you’ll likely be sampling a few of those. But after that, they’ll pour you an actual glass of anything you like. And another. You can order some food made by the Shed—house-smoked trout, pork rillettes—and even flip through a bunch of old rock records, and tell ’em what you want to hear.

You get kind of demanding in wine bars.


Banshee Wines Tasting Room
325 Center St
(at North)
Healdsburg, CA, 95448


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