Geyser Peak Winery’s roots in Sonoma County winemaking run deep. Founded in 1880 by Augustus Quitzow, one of Sonoma County’s pioneer winemakers, the original winery was built in Geyserville in 1882. Today, Geyser Peak is located in Dry Creek Valley and is one of the most award-winning wineries in Sonoma County.
Place Category: Distilleries
In June of 1846, 33 California settlers captured the Mexican Garrison in Sonoma, and raised the “Bear Flag” declaring independence.
The “California Republic” lasted 26 days before the U.S. Calvary arrived. The republic supported the
United States of America, raising the stars and stripes. This is a tribute to the spirit of the Lost Republic. Follow us on our journey and taste some of the worlds best craft Bourbon and Rye Whiskey straight from California’s wine country!
Last modified: October 3, 2017
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