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32 Winds Winery

Updated: Jan 19, 2023

In a bit of a pickle. I don’t want to blog about this winery.


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I want to keep it all to myself!!!! My new little treasure. I want to hoard it and lock it away and say in a scary Disney Villain voice… ‘MINE, all MINE! Mwwwwahahahahahaha’


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But I taught kindergarten. Uggggghhhh. The pip-squeak voices of my kinder cuties haunts me… ‘Sharing is caring.’


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Plus, I really like you guys. So here you go. You’re welcome.????


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@32windswine 32 Winds Wine A recommendation from Kistler.

When Kistler recommends you go. Tucked, oh so quietly, down a long dirt road, off of Dry Creek Road.


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Blink and you’ll miss it. A little Healdsburg hideaway.

Appointment only. I mean look at these pictures.


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The ambiance and aesthetic is me. So me! Me in winery form. Fresh sunflowers, a yellow Parisian bicyclette, a little babbling creek view, a tasting room with turquoise doors flung open in joy, succulents, lavender.


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A group of the most vibrant, classy, sweet, fashionable, fun-loving ladies managing the tasting room…they have impeccable decor sense.

Tasting perks include lush gardens, towering walnut trees, bocce court and picnic area.


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A boutique, family owned winery, that Ed Mascarin founded in 2008.

Ed’s Italian immigrant grandfather planted 40 acres of vineyards in central California where Ed was raised.


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Ed’s family did not particularly want him to go the farming and ag route.

After a successful career as an engineer Ed returned to his roots and passion for winemaking.

He purchased 8 acres of vineyard in Sonoma County which also includes a guest romantic suite and tasting room.


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A 2,500 case a year winery.

Award winning:

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Rose, Sauvignon Blanc

Matt Taylor is the winemaker.


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Mia, Ed’s daughter, is a partner, who wears many hats.

Sherry Harkins is partner, general manager and heart of the tasting room experience.

Sherry welcomes you in like part of the family.


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Several AVA’s are represented in their wine line-up:

West Sonoma Coast, Dry Creek Valley, Napa Valley and Russian River Valley

32 Winds wines are served in luxury restaurants and resorts.


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Above the charming tasting room is the 32 Winds guest suite.

While visiting one day, I sat down with a couple who got engaged at 32 Winds!


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They were just the cutest.

They spent their engagement night in the guest suite.

How romanic is that?!?!?!?!?


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32 Winds is named for the number of winds measured by the main points on a navigation compass.

Explorers used this compass to seek the finest flavors and experiences the world had to offer!

It also pays homage to Ed’s engineering background.

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