Holiday Foodie Gift Ideas from Sonoma Valley

The food lovers in my life are so fun to shop for. They appreciate opening up the delicacies that await them, as their love language is — gifts of food! Check out these Holiday Foodie Gift Ideas from Sonoma Valley. Why not open a nice bottle of wine from Sonoma Valley and buy a delicious gift for you too.

Living in Sonoma Valley, there is an emphasis on locally owned businesses that grow with support from local residents, as well as tourists from all over the world. As much as Sonoma Valley is a global destination, it is just as much a small farming community. The valley abounds with local, organic foods and vineyards that produce the fine wines of Sonoma Valley. At the heart of Sonoma is a family rooted value that honors the land, the time, and the harvest of this community. I dedicate this post to the local, family owned businesses of Sonoma Valley.

1. Wine Country Chocolates – Truffle Club 

Wine Country Chocolates is the creation of the dynamic mother-daughter duo, Betty and Caroline Kelly. They make their “incomparable truffles” right here in Sonoma Valley with fresh truffles made daily. Wine Country Chocolates have two tasting rooms — the Plaza in downtown Sonoma and Jack London Village in Glen Ellen, where you can sample these divine truffles. I personally love the Cappuccino-Tiramisu truffles. A unique holiday gift idea from Wine Country Chocolates is a truffle club. Yes, a truffle club — where truffles are delivered direct to your door once a month or every two months.

holiday gift ideas from sonoma valley

2. Figone’s Olive Oil Co. – Olive Oil & Vinegar Club 

Figone’s Olive Oil Co. is owned by the wonderful Figone Family since 1989. They have a rich history in Sonoma Valley producing premium quality, estate-bottled, extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Visit their tasting room on the Square in downtown Sonoma for a complimentary tasting!

The “La Visione Club” is a perfect holiday gift idea for your food lover. They offer olive oil and vinegar shipments, olive oil only shipments, as well as vinegar only shipments — a dose of love 4 times a year direct to your food lover’s door.  

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3. Salumeria Ovello – Gift Cards 

I discovered this wonderful place as I was shopping for my husband’s birthday. Michelin star rated Italian chef, Andrea Marino, founded Salumeria Ovello 3 years ago with a passion for creating exquisite artisan salumi. The salumi is house-made with selections such as wild boar, lamb, and Tartufo Nero (Italian black truffles). There are whole cuts of pancetta, duck breast prosciutto, and so much more. This is an Italian foodie’s paradise.

This year, the rare and luxurious white and black truffles arrived from Italy. I bought a black truffle to shave over my husbands’s birthday pasta dinner. An added touch of luxury. Thank you Chef Andrea!

I hope I receive a gift card for Christmas this year.

4. Vella Cheese Company – Gift Boxes 

Since 1931, Vella Cheese has been making their cheeses by hand in the founding building just a few blocks off the historic plaza in Sonoma, California. They are famous for their Vella Dry Jack cheese and Monterey Jack cheese. They have many gift boxes to choose from. I love their Box of Jacks – half pound blocks of Regular, Pesto, Jalapeño, & Garlic Original High Moisture Jack Cheese. Vella Cheese Company, with five generations of the Vella family, is still going strong.

gift ideas for the food lover
gift ideas for the food lover

5. Sonoma Food Tour – Food Tour Gift Certificate 

This guided walking food tour is a foodie’s delight. Sonoma Food Tour is designed by locals who have lived in Sonoma for many decades. Each tasting is served from locally owned and operated establishments. The tour also includes a rich taste of the history of Sonoma and its charming Square. A gift certificate from Sonoma Food Tour is an excellent holiday gift idea this holiday.

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Treat yourself this holiday.

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