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Paradise Ridge Winery

Paradise Ridge Winery Situated high on a ridge overlooking the Russian River Valley in the heart of Sonoma County, Paradise Ridge Winery and the Byck Family Estate are dedicated to; Family, Art, History, Nature and hand crafting wines rich in taste and tradition. Paradise Ridge wines are targeted to the passionate, cultured (lover of art, history, and nature) wine drinker who wants to share a personal stake in our family's boutique wine estate, and will appreciate dedication to producing the best handcrafted ultra-premium wine. * Small lots of Sonoma County (Russian River Valley), vineyard designated, hand picked, intensely flavored, hillside grapes. * Paradise Ridge Winery is dedicated to meticulously caring for and looking after hand picked fruit from dirt to glass. * Just completed state-of-the-art production facility with the ability to produce and warehouse up to 10,000 cases of wine. * Paradise Wood Sculpture Grove is a world class contemporary sculpture garden where the native oak woodland environment provides a natural gallery for supporting the arts. * Historical exhibit of Kanaye Nagasawa, “The Grape King,” who was the winemaker at the Fountain Grove Winery which produced 90% of the wine in Sonoma County at the turn of the century. * Visitors to Paradise Ridge enjoy “the most spectacular view in Sonoma County,” looking over the estate vineyards into the Russian River Valley and beyond to the coastal mountains. On a clear day you can see Point Reyes National Seashore.

Directions
Directions From the South: Highway 101 North. Exit Bicentennial Way. Go East. Pass through four stoplights, Bicentennial will merge onto Fountaingrove Parkway. Second left onto Thomas Lake Harris Drive. Paradise Ridge Winery gate is 7/10 of a mile on the left. Directions From the North: Highway 101 South. Exit Hopper / Mendocino Avenue. Left at the stoplight onto Cleveland Avenue. Left at the next stoplight and crossover the freeway. Continue straight onto Fountaingrove Parkway. Third left onto Thomas Lake Harris Drive. Paradise Ridge Winery gate is 7/10 of a mile on the left. Directions From Sonoma: Highway 12 to Santa Rosa. Right on Calistoga Road. Left on Montecito (1 mile and second stoplight from Highway 12). Follow Montecito which becomes Fountaingrove Parkway. Turn right on Thomas Lake Harris Drive (5.4 miles from Calistoga Road). Paradise Ridge Winery gate is 7/10 of a mile on the left.


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4545 Thomas Lake Harris Drive, Santa Rosa, CA, US, 95403 Email: info@prwinery.com
Phone: 707-528-9463 Web: www.paradiseridgewinery.com
Fax: 707-528-9481
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