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During our brief 135 minutes together we will:.

Pop into a local restaurant where Luigi will bring more local delicacies…perhaps including Ahi poke “martinis” paired with Stone Brewing IPA’s (or something else….we are together creating a Work of ART)

Hear General Vallejo and Mark Twain tell Tales of Sonoma on the ground where they walked

Journey back across the Plaza to a Wine Tasting Room where Professor Vine will lecture on Wine in a Hilarious and Educational Wine Seminar while we taste top-level local wines

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Experience run rain or shine?

Is the Experience available for private groups?

Could you explain in more detail what actually happens during the Experience?

This all sounds like a lot of fun….how should I describe the Experience to my friends who are thinking of coming with me?

Is the Experience wheel-chair accessible?


Since 2001, George Webber has been leading people around the Sonoma Plaza as a variety of different personalities: General Mariano Vallejo, Mark Twain, Luigi, and Professor Vine.

Beginning in 2015 The George Webber Experience brings all these characters together in a completely unique and iconoclastic endeavor akin to Performance Art. Well, actually, it IS Performance Art….where YOU, my guest, may enter into my world of History, Beer, Wine and Food, and revel in the merriment!

Tour begins July 2015

 Reservations required----Tour runs rain or shine. Just bring umbrella... if rainy we will spend our time inside various Historical structures, tasting rooms, and restaurants.

Tour begins at Bear Flag Statue in North East corner of Sonoma town Plaza across from the Sonoma Barracks

 $125 per person includes all wine/food/beer/erudition/exposition/answers to Historical and Philosophical Questions of All Types/high-jinx/low jinx

 This experience is for the high-brow/low brow/classy/funky cultural traveler

 Yeah….the experience is not inexpensive….but how do WE as a society price ART? In this case $125.

Questions? Email George at george@georgewebber.com