Bill & Gino's Body, Paint & Glass Shop 120 Mill St, Healdsburg, CA95448 Located for many years where the railroad crosses Healdsburg Avenue, at the intersection of Mill Street, Bill &…More Gino's body shop is an old-fashioned, family run business. Original owner Gino Bellagio runs it with his son Frank (the "Bill" of the name retired in 1982). The shop specializes in body, paint and glass repair to all manner of vehicles. Both mechanics are community-oriented, having been born and raised here, supporting scouting and other such endeavors. The shop is a working garage, filled with parts in various stages of repair, and one gets the sense that in the 50-plus years Gino Bellagio has been in business, he's seen it all -- and fixed them all, too.
Healdsburg Lumber 359 Hudson St, Healdsburg, CA95448 Healdsburg Lumber Company is located directly across the street from Healdsburg's Historic Railroad Depot. Founded in…More 1908, it has been serving the counties of Northern California for more than 100 years. Offering a wide range of tools, hardware, and lumber, Healdsburg Lumber Company is the go-to place for remodeling and DIY projects. From custom millwork and pre-hung doors to garden and paint supplies, Healdsburg Lumber prides itself on customer service. Tools are also available for rent.<i></i>
Several wineries have tasting rooms in the Old Roma Station, which dates from 1875, near the Memorial Bridge entrance…More to Healdsburg. This is the original wine station for area grape growers shipping wine (via the nearby railroad) to San Francisco. Around back is Hudson Street Wineries, a collective tasting room for several small, quality producers. Among them, Bluenose is the current label for Paul Brasset, former winemaker for Fritz, White Oak, Christopher Creek and others, who makes a potent Dry Creek zinfandel. Another Dry Creek zin, Rockin' Z, is offered from Shippey Vineyards, along with a couple other of their wines. Sadler-Wells from Vineburg near Sonoma provides vineyard-designate pinot noir, and the wines of Sebastopol's Willowbrook Cellars completes the current partners.</p>
<p>Hudson Street Wineries hosts events in the barrel room, which opens up from the long tasting bar, creating a generous space for public and private events. For locals or visitors, the variety and quality of small-production wines available for tasting or purchase makes this a worthwhile visit. Chances are the person at the tasting room counter is one of the winemakers, so inside information is yours for the asking.</p>