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Ektimo Vineyards

4950 Ross Road
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Ektimo Vineyards
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Embark on a treasure hunt and find this undiscovered rural gem. Between Forestville and Sebastopol off Hwy 116, take the unassuming turn on Ross Station Road by Kozlowski farms, then the first left on Ross Road to find us tucked away down the country lane adjacent to the West County end of the Joe Rodota Trail. Your reward will be a unique array of exquisite wines and a memorable experience. Rustic…yes, unpretentious…yes, great wines…YES! If the weather is nice, bring a picnic and stay a while, rediscover the way wine country used to be and make this a visit to remember.

When you arrive, soon to be famous Ektimo Wines await. Our extremely limited production wines range from 150 case lots to 400 cases. Specializing in award winning Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Gold Medal Zinfandel, and then reaching out a little further for small lots of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah, there is something for everyone here. Our quest for excellence focuses on staying true to varietal and regional character yet drawing out the finer qualities of a vintage with our ultimate goal being sheer, unadulterated pleasure. The wines are a symphony for the senses to be enjoyed regularly and often, whether it is a magnificent gourmet meal or a spectacular sunset at the beach sheer enjoyment is just moments away.
Amenities
AVAs Where Wines Are From:
Russian River Valley
Prominent Wines Produced:
Cabernet Sauvignon
Chardonnay
Pinot Noir
Sauvignon Blanc / Fume Blanc
Zinfandel
Tasting Room Info:
Days / Hours Tasting Room is Open: Open Tuesday through Sunday: 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Family Friendly
Tours and Visitor Experiences:
Tours/Hikes Description and Times: Our property is very fortunate to be next to one of Sebastopol’s main trails, the West County Trail that spans from Sebastopol to Forestville. Along this well-paved trail, bikers, dog-walkers, and joggers are all welcome. The total length of the trail is about 5.5 miles, all paved, and not too rigorous. The path runs along what used to be the rail way between Forestville and Sebastopol. Long ago, the railways were used to send lumber from the area to San Francisco to aid in the construction of the city. There are several points of entry onto the trail and our parking lot is a few hundred feet from an entry point, making it a good place to park, walk the trail, and finish with a great wine tasting.
Winery Tours
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