Built in the late 1800’s by winemaking pioneer John Drummond, the Dunfillan Winery site is where California’s first varietally labeled Cabernet Sauvignon was crafted and bottled. One of the most unique venues in all of wine country, the stone ruins of the Dunfillan Winery are set in a beautiful, secluded five-acre meadow surrounded by scenic vineyards, mountain views, and majestic oak trees. Perfect for large events, the interior of the ruins can be transformed into a dramatic dining experience, while the surrounding meadow makes a stunning setting for additional entertainment.
Maximum Capacity: 250 people
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For more information, please contact our Hospitality and Events Department at (707) 833-5501 or firstname.lastname@example.org