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From 8,500 Feet Underground

In the heart of Sonoma, rare but naturally occurring steam reservoirs reside in geothermal wells, bringing heat, water and minerals to the surface of the earth, creating rich, gravelly soil ideal for winegrowing. It was here, in 1880, across from Geyser Peak Mountain, where Agustus Quitzow founded Geyser Peak Winery.

Our Wines

From special occasion to everyday wines, we offer stylistically unique varietals that give wine lovers a reason to rejoice. Whether the casual wine enthusiast or the proud connoisseur, our wines give everyone a reason to celebrate any day. Our four distinct wine tiers ensure that there is a Geyser Peak wine for every occasion.

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Geyser Peak Winery California Sauvignon Blanc.
Geyser Peak Winery Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.
Geyser Peak Winery River Ranches, Russian River Sauvignon Blanc.

Visiting Us

Located just outside downtown Healdsburg, Geyser Peak Winery is the perfect place kick off or wrap up a day in wine country. Stop by for a tasting, enjoy a glass of wine and picnic on our wraparound porch, or engage in a rousing game of corn hole. We welcome you to visit and look forward to hosting you.

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Latest News & Events

December 13, 2019

California Sauvignon Blanc Named Top 100 Values of 2019

Geyser Peak Winery California Sauvignon Blanc wins Top 100 from Wine & Spirits two years in

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October 8, 2019

Dry Creek Sauvignon Blanc Takes Best of Show

Geyser Peak Winery’s Dry Creek Sauvignon Blanc took Best of Show in the White Wine category

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July 13, 2018

Geyser Peak Unveils New Packaging for California Tier

Geyser Peak, one of California’s iconic wineries, unveils new packaging for their California tier wines. Part

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Join the Club

It’s like bringing our tasting room home, right to your front door.

Our Cellar Door Club brings you limited production winery exclusive wines crafted from premium growing regions in Sonoma County – Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, and Russian River Valley.

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