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King Andrews Vineyards ~ What Brought &#...

Pre-Viticulture Originally from Oakland, Roger King moved to the Lake Tahoe area in 1972, where he experienced a formidable marketing career in the ski industry. All of this happened before becoming a grape grower in Suisun Valley. What brought him to Suisun was one of the companies that he worked for had a home office in the East Bay of California. He moved to Suisun Valley in 1988,...

Rustic Suisun Valley Winter & Sprin...

This YouTube video features the images of participants in the Suisun Valley Facebook page Photo Days. This video includes photos from Steve Burke, Bill Gallagher, Rebecca Fletcher, Tom Spaulding, ad Philip Venable. Kudos to all who participated. Pat Brandon also submitted many images; so many, in fact, that a separate video was created with his photos. It’s called, Rustic Suisun...

Photos of Rustic Suisun Valley ~ Taken b...

The Facebook Photo contest brought out some really remarkable images. This YouTube video features the photos of Pat Brandon, who captured the heart and soul of Suisun...

Winterhawk Winery ~ Stewards of Their La...

Proprietor Don Johnson purchased the property known as Gordon Valley Farm in 1977. Already planted with grapevines, Don began his Winterhawk Winery in Suisun Valley with the idea of applying a stewardship approach to his land. According to Don: “Respect for the grapes and land is a very important reason why I’m here. In fact, I chose the name Winterhawk to pay homage to the...

Ledgewood Creek Winery & Vineyards

HOW IT ALL BEGAN In the early 1980s, because it was only an hour’s drive north of San Francisco, Dean and Bunny Frisbie began to visit Suisun Valley. They were draw to the rustic tranquility of this community and the productivity of the valley’s fertile soil. By 1985, the Frisbies purchased property, the location of which was nestled between rolling hills and views of the Twin...

Tenbrink Vineyards ~ A Suisun Valley Suc...

In a Nutshell Linda and Steve Tenbrink have farmed in Suisun Valley for most of their adult lives. They came to Suisun Valley as newlyweds with absolutely no experience in farming, but they had a dream. They bought their first five acres, where the winery now stands, and at the urging of winemaker Abe Schoener they decided to build their winery. Once they had set aside a barrel of our...

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