Here on west Fourth Street you can experience the history of Railroad Square paired with the elegance of wine with its own history — a family heritage reaching back to grape growing in France at the turn of the century.

The Railroad. If you explore the old buildings and shops within steps of the train station, it quickly becomes apparent that the railroad was central to life here in the late 1870’s. Back then the focus of the town was the hustle and bustle of the Depot, which sits at the west end of our block. Today, the neighborhood still has that energetic feeling and is even more alive to day now that the train is running once again.

Historic Railroad Square is a world unto itself. The community has evolved into the perfect walking shopping, dining and entertainment hub. Known here as a restaurant and antique row, it is also home to Santa Rosa’s Visitors Welcome Center. One of the things that make this quaint neighborhood a pleasure to experience first-hand is the architecture which has remained true to its origins, preserving a turn-of-the-century ambiance.

The classic Wines of the Bambury Collection.  We invite you to stop by 4th Street Cellars and check out the historic features of our 110 year old building while enjoying the handcrafted offerings of the Bambury Wine Collection. You’ll discover that, just like our neighborhood, the best wines can also be timeless, classic and elegant.