In 1959, Leo and Evelyn Trentadue left what is now Silicon Valley and purchased over 200 acres of land in what, at that time, was the sparsely populated region of Alexander Valley. Land was inexpensive then due to the fact that it was used to farm mostly prunes, pears, and apples. They later began producing wines at this location, which has become quite popular throughout the region.
They provide tastings to share their finest wines with travelers as well as local guests. They also offer a gondola tour where they provide you an in-depth tour and understanding of the winery process and their history of pioneering techniques within it.
Trentadue Winery has beautiful sweeping views as you make your way down its long driveway. The winery has beautiful lion’s head fountains, a petite grove of bamboo, is beautifully landscaped and has an excellent Italian ambience and architecture, both in its building and gardens. The outdoor atmosphere is excellent. And Caitlin, who is very knowledgeable, is an exceptional asset for Trentadue and will answer any questions you have.
19170 Geyserville Ave