Dan Goldfield and grape grower Steve Dutton's history and passion combined to craft small production, single vineyard wines from their cool climate coastal home. A fifth-generation farmer, Steve grew up with a love of driving tractors, and without any doubt about his future career. His father, Warren Dutton, had begun growing grapes in the western reaches of Russian River Valley in the mid-1960s, at a time when most people thought the area was too cool to grow fruit for quality still wine. Steve started working with his father when he was five years old, and joined Dutton Ranch full-time in 1987. Today, along with his mother and brother, he manages the family business, which has grown from its original 35-acre home shop vineyard to over 80 separate vineyards comprising more than 1,000 acres throughout western Russian River Valley.
We are known for our pinot noirs and chardonnays, but also make some dry whites, a syrah and a zin and offer great wine and food pairings. We offer wine and food experiences such as wine and cheese, beast and pinot and wine and sushi. We also offer a seated educational experience with smelling jars, maps and soil samples. Open daily from 10:00am-4:30pm.
- Open to Public
- Event Space
- Tasting Fee