Wineries in Santa Cruz Mountains
Popular Wineries in Santa Cruz Mountains
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Thomas Fogarty Winery
Internationally recognized heart surgeon, Stanford professor and inventor Dr. Thomas Fogarty founded Thomas Fogarty Winery and Vineyards in 1981. W...
Vine Hill Winery
With a venerable viticultural history in the Santa Cruz Mountains wine region in North Central California near Monterey Bay dating back to 1867, V...
The history of Ridge Vineyards begins in 1885, when Osea Perrone (third person on bench wearing tall boots), a doctor who became a prominent member...
Dominick and Gloria Chirichillo’s choice of name for their winery is a reflection of their commitment to their Italian heritage and the tradition o...
Just minutes from the commotion of Silicon Valley, Byington Winery is your rejuvenating destination in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Whether you are lo...
Mount Eden Vineyards
The genesis of Mount Eden Vineyards was the arrival of Burgundian winemaker Paul Masson to San Jose, California, in 1878. Masson soon established a...
Alfaro Family Vineyard & Winery
We invite you to come and experience a taste of Corralitos, the best-kept secret of the Santa Cruz Mountains appellation. Artisanal bread-baker tur...
No hype, no fad, not a trend. AHLGREN wines have earned a reputation for consistency of quality: fine balance, fullness and intensity of varietal ...
Clos Tita Winery
Artisinal wines made in limited quantities from the Santa Cruz Mountains, high above beautiful Monterey Bay. Specializing in Pinot Noir, Clos Tita ...
Welcome to Storrs Winery. For those of you joining us for the first time, we are a small winery dedicated to the excellence that can be grown in th...
Twins Peter and Paul Bargetto, along with friend Jon Morgan, began the winery in 1987 after leaving the family winemaking business. Bargetto Winery...
Loma Prieta Winery
You may recognize the Loma Prieta name from the famous earthquake of 1989, but the Santa Cruz Mountains also play host to America's premier mountai...
Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards
The sunny days, moderate nights, and long growing season of the Santa Cruz Mountains, which are south of San Francisco and overlook the Pacific Oce...
Silver Mountain Vineyards
Silver Mountain produces handcrafted premium wines from its mountaintop winery in the Santa Cruz Mountains, where visitors enjoy one of the area's ...
Naumann Vineyards Wines are grown exclusively in the Santa Cruz Mountain Appelation. We believe the quality of the wine begins with the fruit. Ou...
Kathryn Kennedy Winery
The Kathryn Kennedy estate vineyard is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. The vines cover gentle slopes in Saratoga, California on the inland side of the San...
Bargetto Winery is dedicated to enriching the quality of life through the enjoyment of wine as it complements meals, contributes to well-being and ...
Muccigrosso Vineyards is a family-run endeavor committed to producing small quantities of hand made fine wines designed to satisfy everybody. Since...
Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyard
Since 1975, Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyard has been producing terroir-driven, food-oriented wines known for their character, personality and ability ...
It's exciting to realize that our wines are resting in cellars all over the world, and practically all of them are lying there developing nicely an...
Perrucci Family Vineyard
Since settling here in California more than a century ago, the Perrucci family has never ventured far from the Santa Clara Valley. The fertile soi...
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