The Petaluma Gap AVA spans an area of more than 200,000 acres stretching in the northwest from the Pacific coast at Annapolis and running southwest to Highway 37 at Sear’s Point on San Pablo Bay; it straddles northern Marin and southern Sonoma counties.
Our vineyards are often nestled in with cattle, sheep, chickens and fruit trees. Crest a hill, round a curve, look into the little nooks and crannies that make up the landscape and you’ll notice pockets of green, with rows upon rows of grapevines. The vines bring brilliant patches of color to the golden grasses that grow in neighboring pastures. As stewards of the land, our farmers are dedicated to farming sustainably.
The Petaluma Gap AVA spans an area of more than 200,000 acres stretching in the northwest from the Pacific coast at Annapolis and running southwest to Highway 37 at Sear’s Point on San Pablo Bay; it straddles northern Marin and southern Sonoma counties. Read More >
Located in northern Marin and southern Sonoma counties, the Petaluma Gap AVA enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate characterized by warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Read More >
There are over 4,000 acres of grapevines in the Petaluma Gap AVA. Seventy-five percent of the grapes grown here are Pinot Noir, with the remaining almost evenly split between Chardonnay and Syrah. Read More >
Centrally located 32 miles north of San Francisco, the City of Petaluma is one of the oldest in California and an ideal base for exploring Wine Country, the redwoods, and the Sonoma Coast. Read More >
Petaluma Gap’s agricultural history harkens back nearly 200 years, with a myriad of interesting elements, including its first grapevine plantings by General Vallejo... Read More >
The Petaluma Gap is a grower-focused region with a rich legacy of agricultural families dating back several generations... Read More >