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Dutton-Goldfield Winery, Sebastopol

(65+ reviews on the web)
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
Founded in 1998, Dutton-Goldfield Winery is a partnership between grape grower Steve Dutton (of Dutton Ranch) and winemaker Dan Goldfield (formerly of La Crema and Hartford Court).
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  • Nice wines, a little on the pricey side. We didn't think we were going to buy anything after tasting, until they brought out the Pinot blanc!  more »
  • Their Pino is just some of the best of the Russian River Valley, Green Valley in particular. Full of fruity complex flavors.  more »
  • We enjoyed the wine pairings with local cheeses and cold cuts. Service was very personable and informative. We were lucky to take advantage of the great weather and enjoy their wines on their patio. H...  more »
  • Good Pinot
  • I love this place! I recently joined their membership program. They have great events, great wines, and we love David the manager! Favorite place in West County.
  • David and Pat are amazing. Great wine. Personable. Must visit!!
  • Dutton Goldfield is right beside Red Car, and I wound up preferring Red Car. The first impression I had of Dutton-Goldfield was a previous group's empty glasses on a table — which stayed for our whole visit. There is MASSIVE room for groups both inside and outside the tasting room, and the outside room has a nice fountain. Most of the wine, however, was meh. There were two very nice whites: a dry Gewürztraminer (not sweet!) and a Rued Chardonnay that was completely oaked, but not buttery; it was very nice The service was good but somewhat awkward. The price points on the bottles were appropriate to slightly over-priced, particularly the pinots.
  • Great wines and a fun knowledgeable staff. They specialize in Pinot Noirs, but they also have whites and usually a Zin. They're ALL FANTASTIC! It's a regular stop on our circuit of the Russian River Valley and we are wine club members. We recommend both their tasting room and their wines!