Old Roma Station is located at the intersection of Hudson and Front Streets in Healdsburg, where the river meets the tracks. It was originally opened in the early 1900s as the French-American Wine Company and was later purchased and operated as the Roma Wine Company prior to prohibition. Today, a new generation of family wineries carries on the facilities rich winemaking tradition.
In Healdsburg there's a real gem. It's called "Old Roma Station" [9 wineries] in a little warehouse district across the street from the Russian River. This is a fine opportunity to taste wines from several wineries, one after another, offering an unusual insight into the very different styles that vintners bring to their wines."
The Wall Street Journal