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Sbragia Family Vineyards

Sbragia Family Vineyards Come visit us at our beautiful location at the end of Dry Creek Road. Our winery is perched on a hillside, overlooking the entire valley with sweeping views from our terrace. Guests are invited to bring a picnic or purchase light deli items from our tasting room and enjoy the sunshine and vineyard views. Our tasting room also includes a gift shop where guests can browse through our wide selection of gift items, logo wear, wooden boxes and much more.

From 101 North: Take Dry Creek Road Exit; Left on Dry Creek Road; Go straight on Dry Creek Road for about 10 miles; Right into Sbragia Family Vineyards. From 101 South: Take Dry Creek Road Exit Right on Dry Creek Road;Go straight on Dry Creek Road for about 10 miles. Right into Sbragia Family Vineyards

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9990 Dry Creek Road, Geyserville, CA, US, 95441 Email:
Phone: 707-473-2992 Web:
Fax: 707-473-0979
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