What we love about Casa Sebastiani
To call Casa Sebastiani home is to know the true definition of comfortable wine country living; come settle at this Tuscan-inspired, vineyard estate and be prepared to stay a while. Located on a small knoll overlooking the renowned Sebastiani Winery, Casa Sebastiani shares its veranda views with you just as it did for the prominent wine family who stood here in generations past. Surrounded by shady oaks, fragrant citrus trees and endless rows of grapevines, this six bedroom, five bath home enjoys an element of old-world hospitality, with its arched entries, deep porches, and expansive terraces for everyone to find their own personal hangout spot. Original features of the home are still in tact and remind you of its historic origins, including vintage bathroom tiles and wrought iron railings. Featured in prominent travel publications, including Today.com and the Examiner, Casa Sebastiani continues to gain notoriety for its setting and immediate air of welcome, with a size and scale that is perfect for groups of families and friends traveling together. Spend your Sonoma days under the sun around the pool, sipping on a glass of Sebastiani Zin while admiring 'your' vineyards, or in the traditional kitchen cooking up a feast with hearty Italian recipes from Sylvia Sebastiani's popular cookbook, Mangiamo! Let's Eat.
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Arched windows and doorways out to the lower veranda are a hallmark of the congenial indoor-outdoor lifestyle treasured by wine country residents. Casa Sebastiani's stunning hilltop setting not only serves as the perfect backdrop for al fresco dining, it also means there are numerous stairways weaving through the property which lead you from one scenic nook and crannie to the next. At Casa Sebastiani, we urge you to curl up into one of these cozy viewpoints with a good book and savor the sun-kissed scenery all around you. Choosing where to dine will most likely be one of the tougher decisions you make during your time at Casa Sebastiani — the veranda has a long carved stone table that seats 16, while less formal meals can be shared at the six person table in the kitchen. While the home has been upgraded to modern standards over the decades, it still retains much of its historical charm and antiquated features. Rich in spirit, this a place where you will want to share memories with your friends and family and create new traditions of your own for years to come.