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Sbragia Family Vineyards, Geyserville
(4.4/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • Located at the far western end of Dry Creek Valley, almost to Lake Sonoma, this is another one of those "worth the effort to get there" wineries in Sonoma County. A beautiful, spacious tasting room pe...  more »
  • We stopped here on a tour of the Dry Creek region. The building is very nice and they have a gorgeous terrace with views and very comfortable furniture. They have a cooler with choices of meats, chees...  more »
  • We stopped at Sbragia at the end of the day and had a great time! I am in the industry and was treated quite well. We had no appointment , but the staff was welcoming and the wines were great ! The vi...  more »
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  • Andrew, the tasting room manager was a ton of fun. Signed up for wine club...great wine...great view.
  • EXCELLENT VIEWS. If you come here on a sunny day make sure you leave time to hang out on the back patio and relax while looking out at the rolling hills.
  • This beautiful property with amazing hillside views AND THEN.......... ruining any possible photograph is an ugly parking lot full of winery debris: boxes, junk, etc...... so disappointing.......... AND THEN in the tasting room......... We choose a tasting and the middle aged "no personality" steward couldn't rush us through the tasting any faster if she tried!!!! Uninformative, almost rude, etc..... AND THEN the wines...... not sure how much money fell into Robert Parker's back pocket to rate these wines as high as he did because they were AWFUL. They definitely lived up to their region because these Dry Creek wines tasted like Dry DIRT! No flavor and too bitter. Couldn't get out of there fast enough!
  • Pretty view but didn't care for the wine that much.
  • First visited this winery in April. Very impressed with all red wines and signed up for a wine club membership. Great views. Looking forward to visiting again.