Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir
The Flyer Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Gap’s Crown Vineyard Chardonnay
Lakeview Vineyard Pinot Noir
Mardikian Estate Pinot Noir
Pratt Vineyard Pinot Noir
Pratt Vineyard, Vine Hill Road Chardonnay
Sundawg Ridge Pinot Noir
Toulouse Vineyard Pinot Noir
Wightman House Pinot Noir
Wildcat Vineyard Pinot Noir
Dutton Ranch Vineyards
Gap’s Crown Vineyard
Sangiacomo Roberts Road Vineyard
Sundawg Ridge Vineyard
Vine Hill Vineyard
Wightman House Vineyard
Open: Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 5pm
Closed: Monday and Tuesday
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6761 McKinley Street
Sebastopol, CA 94572
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Wine & Cheese Pairing
$40 per person, seated tasting experience
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Artisan Cheese Plate
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More Events Coming Soon
Yes, MacPhail does have a wine club. We like to think of it as a society of like-minded Pinot Noir fans (who like Chardonnay too). Confirmed access to MacPhail wines, including the Mardikian Estate Pinot Noir, pretty much fills our wine wagon, but there’s much more to your membership.
Winter Wine Club New Release Event
Join us for your chance to taste through new release wines and special cellar selections. More details coming soon.
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World of Pinot Noir
Saturday, March 7, 2:30pm – 6:00pm @ Ritz-Carlton Bacara
Join MacPhail Wines in Santa Barbara at the Ritz Carlton Bacara Resort for one of our favorite events of the year. We’ll be participating in the 'Saturday Grand Tasting', which features over 120 of the planet's foremost Pinot Noir producers.
Spring Wine Club New Release Event
Join us to celebrate the new vintage of our Anderson Valley offerings. More details coming soon.
Russian River Valley
Susanna’s Vineyard is an estate property owned and farmed by the Fritz family of Lynmar Estate. It is located in the cool Green Valley region of the Russian River Valley, just off Highway 116 near Sebastopol halfway between Occidental Road and Mill Station Road.
For many years the 20-acre property was farmed as an apple orchard by the Silveira family. There are 13 distinct blocks of pinot noir and chardonnay in a relatively narrow rectangular design, planted mostly in 2006 and 2007. The vineyard was named after proprietor Anisya Fritz’s grandmother, but the owners honor the heritage of the Silveira family, who farmed the land for nearly five decades, with a memorial plaque in the vineyard. Viticulturist Jason Soling farms the vineyard sustainably, with permanent bunch grass cover crops and owl boxes throughout the property controlling gophers that previously burrowed tunnels throughout the apple orchard.
The vineyard slopes gently from back to front facing east. Long afternoon shadows provide cooling shade, with afternoon westerly winds arriving in early afternoon.