This winery is located in an area of southern Sonoma County known as the Petaluma Gap, known for producing high end Pinot Noir. The location also sits within the world famous Sonoma Coast Appellation.
The bonded winery contains approximately 2,000± SF, which includes a tasting room and wine production area. The well designed tasting room includes a large tasting bar, a seating area, and a bathroom. The wine production area has two loading doors (12’W x 12’H and 12’W x 16’H), a high clear height, concrete floors, and a bathroom. The building is attractively finished and is in good condition. The north side of the building opens onto a large patio that provides outdoor seating.
The winery has a permit allowing the production of 2,500 cases of wine per year. Historical production has typically been around 750 cases per year, though this could easily be expanded if outside grapes were purchased.
The 5.3± acre vineyard has been managed to produce high quality fruit with production running at 2 – 3 tons per acre. The vineyard is planted to mostly Pinot Noir with a small section of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
This winery offers exceptional upside and is visible from highly trafficked Highway 101.
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Sonoma Coast Appellation (AVA) – Extreme Coastal Farming
2,000 vineyard acres
The Sonoma Coast Appellation (AVA) extends from San Pablo Bay to the border with Mendocino County. The appellation is known for its cool climate and high rainfall relative to other parts of Sonoma County. Close to the Pacific, with more than twice the annual rainfall of its inland neighbors, it can still be warm enough to ripen wine grapes because most vineyards are above the fog line. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay shine, along with cool-climate Syrah.