Updated: Jan 12
No-frills but quality wine.
Situated on an 100+ year old vineyard.
Family owned and operated.
When you go to the winery for a tasting, I bet one of the Nalle family members will be around.
Originally the Nalle’s wanted a wine cave on the property.
Due to restrictions they could not build one.
Instead, they built an above ground cave/wine cellar.
This “cave” has a living roof covered in rosemary.
The barrels inside require no heating or cooling thanks to the living roof.
They call the tasting room a “potato bunker”.
One of Sonoma County’s few above ground caves.
Out back are places to picnic and play horseshoe.