3000 Summit Trail
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Description

Pride Mountain Vineyards, situated high in the Mayacamas mountain range, has been producing critically acclaimed wines since 1991. Thirty minutes from Santa Rosa and fifteen minutes from St. Helena, the property spans the Napa/Sonoma county line at an elevation of 2,100 feet. Owned by the Pride family, the 235 acres include 83 acres of vineyards, the winery and tasting room and 23,000 square feet of caves.

Guests coming to the winery can expect a warm welcome and an educational and enjoyable tasting experience.  Information on the types of guest experiences offered can be found here; an appointment is required. It is recommended that reservations be made as far in advance as possible, though last minute appointments are happily accommodated if space allows.

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