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Gustafson Family Vineyard

Gustafson Family Vineyard The old sheep ranch, at an elevation of 1800 feet above sea level, has rich, red volcanic soil known for producing superb wine grapes. In 2006 the estate property was expanded to 247 acres with the purchase of an adjacent property. Vineyard plantings are now complete at 20 acres; varieties include Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, and Rosé of Syrah. The balance of the land will remain as an ecological preserve. Sonoma County Heritage Tree When creating the vineyard great care was taken to preserve old groves of madrone, oak, and redwood trees, including the “Sonoma County Heritage Tree.” This 300-year-old madrone has a trunk diameter of eleven feet is thought to be the largest madrone tree in Sonoma County, and perhaps the entire state of California. The integrated home and winery that Dan and his craftsman colleagues have created truly merge with the landscape. They offer a spectacular view of Lake Sonoma and have become both workplace and retreat for Dan, his wife Phyllis, the Gustafson family and their friends. The family intends to keep the vineyard property feeling like a private home. This is a place they enjoy hosting visitors and wine lovers from all over the world.

Directions
Directions from Healdsburg From Healdsburg Ave, turn left onto Dry Creek Valley Rd. Pass Sbragia Winery and the Lake Sonoma Dam, continue uphill. Turn left onto Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Rd. (signs for Highway 1/Lake Sonoma Marina). Do not go over the Lake Sonoma Bridge; if you cross the bridge, you've gone too far. Continue on Skaggs Springs Rd. for about 7 miles, entrance is on the right. Directions from 101 Northbound Take the Canyon Rd. exit, just north of Geyserville. Turn left off the exit ramp onto Canyon Rd. Turn right onto Dry Creek Valley Rd. (Canyon dead-ends at Dry Creek). Pass Sbragia Winery and the Lake Sonoma Dam, continue uphill. Turn left onto Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Rd. (signs for Highway 1/Lake Sonoma Marina). Do not go over the Lake Sonoma Bridge; if you cross the bridge, you've gone too far. Continue on Skaggs Springs Rd. for about 7 miles, entrance is on the right.


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9100 Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Road, Geyserville, CA, US, 95441 Email: info@gfvineyard.com
Phone: 707-433-2371 Web: www.gfvineyard.com
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