California Wine Regions
Browse Wineries

Sonoma » Geyser Peak Winery

« Back
Winery Search
Napa Valley Wineries
Paso Robles Wineries
Santa Barbara Wineries
Sonoma Wineries
San Luis Obispo Wineries
Mendocino Wineries
Monterey Wineries
Santa Clara Wineries
Santa Cruz Wineries
Sierra Foothills Wineries
Temecula Wineries
Lodi Wineries
Livermore Wineries
Lake County Wineries
Ventura & Malibu Wineries
San Joaquin Valley Wineries
San Diego Wineries
SF East Bay Wineries
CWA Poll
Where is the best place to buy California wine online?
Amazon wine
KL Wine Merchants
Direct from winery
Food & Wine
How To Match
Pairing Cheese & Wine
Wine Country Recipes
Wine Shop
Napa Wine Bargains
Deals at
Wine Stuff
Wine Glossary
Wine Grape Varieties
Taste For Free Maps
Ask the Winemaker
How To Technically Taste Wine
Tasting Room Etiquette
Advisor Favorite Videos
All About Barrels
Seven Tips for Wine Events
Five Steps To a Perfect Wine Country Weekend
Father of California Wine
Taste The Stars
Santa Barbara and its 100 wineries
How To Read A Wine Label
More Stuff
Wine Tasting Links Member Rating
Map Winery
Email Page to a Friend
Save to CWA Favorites
Add to Wine Tasting Itinerary
Write Your Own Winery Review

Geyser Peak Winery Video Tour

Geyser Peak Winery

22281 Chanti Road
Geyserville, CA 95441
(800) 255-9463

Tasting:   Open daily 10 to 5 pm
$5 & $10 in VIP room
15% case discount
No tours
Price Range:   $13 to $47 per bottle plus more for their Collectables
Established:   1880
Vineyards:   280 acres
  280,000 cases

Geyser Peak Winery Description

This is one of the oldest wineries in the region, and has gone “boom-to-bust” a number of times during its 120-plus years in business. It offers a range of wines, from consumer-friendly wines with good value to more expensive reserve offerings.

Perched on a hillside across from Geyser Peak Mountain, this age-old winery has attractive rock walls and lush gardens. There are comfortable outside patios for relaxing, and an updated tasting room with dark wood accents and a 30-foot marble tasting bar. There is a deli case with snacks available, and they encourage picnicking on their patio.

Pay the reserve fee and you can enjoy tasting in a more private space upstairs, where the Reserve Room looks down on the 10,000-barrel aging cellar. There is a “clubby” atmosphere here where you can sit, sip and enjoy the wine and the company.

The winery is best known for its Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet, but makes a full range of interesting wines including Merlot, Petit Verdot, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Tannat (a full-bodied red wine from the Basque region of Spain and Southern France), some ports and a sparkling Shiraz. They also have a Zinfandel program, highlighting three different wines made from vines that are 10, 50 and 100 years old.

Geyser Peak Winery Features

Ambiance Types of Wine Amenities
Resort Like
Kid Friendly
Historic Features
Casual & Relaxed
Hip & Stylish
Cabernet Sauvignon
Pinot Noir
Private Tasting
Picnic Sites- Superior
Gift Shop
Write Your Own Winery Review

Geyser Peak Winery Reviews

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
Merlot is very Tastl
I'm not usually a big fan of Merlot but the Merlot at this winery was just fabulous. I would recommend it to all red wine fans. Some of there top range wines were a little too pricey for me but if you have a little but of money to spend it would be worth it. People at the winery are knowledgeable about their product and are true wine experts.

Review Disclaimer

The above reviews are the subjective opinion of Winery Advisor members and not of California Winery Advisor.

Advanced Winery Search
CWA Members

Free Membership
Recent Newsletters

Wine Country
About CWA | Contact Us | Advertise with CWA | List Your Winery | Site Map | Privacy/Affiliate Policy | Promote Your Winery on CWA