• 20.68 Acres Total
• 3+ Acres Of Ultra Premium Vineyard
• Russian River Appellation Pinot Noir & Chardonnay
• Gated Private Road – Paved To Property
• End Of Road Privacy
• 360 – Degree Panoramic Views
• Central Location Near Healdsburg, Sebastopol, Santa Rosa and Pacific Coast
To put it simply, this is a truly spectacular setting. The combination of world-class vineyard with world-class views in the heart of Sonoma County’s world famous Russian River Appellation presents the backdrop for you to create your wine country masterpiece. Located at the end of a gated, private drive with few neighbors sits this very special knoll top escape. Top of the world views greet you after a brief pleasant drive. Picture rolling hills, tree dotted ridges, vineyards, valley vistas and many of the most notable area land marks including Mount St. Helena, Sonoma Mountain and Black Mountain among others.
Location, location, location. This west count property is centrally located with easy access near Healdsburg, Sebastopol, Santa Rosa and the Pacific Coast. Each can be reached via scenic country roads that provide a sense of beauty and well maintained thoroughfares. You are only minutes from top tier restaurants and wineries which greet you in every direction yet this location provides complete privacy. This location also lends a nearly perfect climate where summers bestow cool nights and warm days.
This property combines a number of elements that create ultra premium wine grapes including the location, elevation, soils and microclimate.
This is a special place within wine country where you can provide the final touches, create your home, and feast on the amazing views while literally enjoying the fruits of your labor.
Sold! Asking $1,495,000
15,000 vineyard acres
Earned AVA status in 1983
The Russian River Valley climate is sculpted by the regular intrusion of cooling fog from the Pacific Ocean a few miles to the west. Much like the tide, it ebbs and flows through the Petaluma Wind Gap and the channel cut by the Russian River through the coastal hills. The fog usually arrives in the evening, often dropping the temperature 35 to 40 degrees from its daytime high, and retreats to the ocean the following morning. This natural air-conditioning allows the grapes to develop full flavor maturity over an extended growing season – often 15 to 20 percent longer than neighboring areas, while retaining their all-important natural acidity.