We've always thought that our unique wines required a similarly unique location for tasting. Our octagonal tasting room was designed by Aaron G. Green, father of founding owner/winemaker Allan Green. Aaron was a San Francisco architect and associate of Frank Lloyd Wright for many years.
A single tree provided all of the redwood used to build the tasting room. The 400-year-old tree fell during a storm in the winter of 1969 and remained on the winery property for 15 years before being milled to build the tasting room. The huge tree had a diameter of almost 13 feet.
Since 2006 our tasting room has been fully powered by the sun. The solar panels also provide power for three electric vehicle chargers. We have a high-speed charger for Leafs, Teslas and Kias, a dedicated Tesla charger, and a level 2 charger for all electric cars. Charging is free to our customers.
Our tasting room on Highway 128 near Philo is open daily, 10-5.