Since 1956 the Bacigalupi Family has been growing grapes on Westside Road in the Russian River Valley. We produce estate Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and a red blend called Fondare. We also produce a small amount of Blanc de Noir, Zinfandel Port and late harvest wines. Our family is most noted to have contrubited grapes to the 1973 Chateau Montelena that would go on to win the coveted Paris Tasting and forever change the way the world viewed California wines. We continue to farm the 1964 planting of Chardonnay as well as 125 acres of estate grapes. We invite you to visit our tasting room located in the beautiful Russian River Valley on Westside Road. Members of the family are always on hand to share our history and farming techniques. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Also by appointment for more private tastings and groups over 6. Our tasting flight is $20 and includes 4-5 wines. The tasting fee is refunded with a two bottle purchase. Enjoy a “Baci” Board with your tasting flight! A selection of local cheese, dried fruit, nuts, crackers and a sweet treat for $17. Our private tasting and vineyard tour is offered by appointment.
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By ryant428 - on Jan 22, 2019
Historic Winery; Intimate Tasting
Usually do a private tasting with friends. But was driving through Sonoma and had heard great things about Bacigalupi. It was during the week. It was two of us and a couple other folks from other...
Historic family the first to plant Pinot Noir in Russian River Valley
The Bacigalupi family could be arrogant for they have a history of growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the Russian River Valley dating to the early 1960's, and their Chardonnay grapes went into the...