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Ray's Station Winery

Ray's Station Winery In 1859, former Army Captain and Bear Flag rebel John G. Ray ventured bravely to the mountains of what is now Northern California’s wine country. He opened Ray’s Station along the northern stage coach route, developing a reputation for his rustic hospitality, flowing libations and becoming one the areas first winegrowers. Ray’s Station wines are a tribute to the intrepid, pioneering spirit of John G. Ray and his unique brand of rugged individualism and rustic hospitality. Open daily from 10am-5pm, Ray’s Station Tasting Room is located in downtown Hopland at 13275 Highway 101. Sourcing varietals predominantly from Mendocino and North Coast appellations, the winery offers a selection of sparkling, white, rosé and red wines. Ray’s Station will also release their inaugural Coro Mendocino in June, marking their commitment to excellence in wine production. The tasting room welcomes visitors and looks forward to introducing Ray’s Station to all wine enthusiasts. Winemaker, Michael Westrick, comes to Ray’s Station from an accomplished background with wineries such as Sterling Vineyards in Napa and Stonestreet and Grove Street Wineries in Healdsburg. With over two decades of experience and a library of notable wines, Hopland welcomes him and his team and looks forward to their enterprising and creative winemaking expertise.


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13275 Hwy 101, Hopland, CA, US, 95449 Email:
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  Alexander Valley Merlot
The 2001 Ray's Station Merlot is lush with berry and cherry flavors with just a hint of mint. It has a soft palate and is also easy and well balanced on the finish. A delicious pairing with coq au vin.


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