Harvest In Geyserville!

It’s that time of year when the energy starts to buzz with anticipation.

Take one whiff outside and you’ll smell it…harvest season is brewing.

Truly a magical time as grapes are ripe and ready for picking.

They are about to become the ultimate art form…


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Come join us and experience HARVEST IN GEYSERVILLE!

We have lots of ways you can participate.

1) J.Rickards Winery

Not one but TWO ways to experience harvest at J.Rickards!

Harvest Hands Event

  • Saturday, September 21, 2019
  • 9:00 AM 2:00 PM

Experience harvest season like never before, the ultimate hands-on event. Following a light breakfast with mimosas, guests head out to the vineyard to learn to harvest fruit. After bringing their harvest back up to the winery, guests sort and crush the grapes they’ve just picked. Following a delicious catered Mexican lunch with wine pairings, guests learn to bottle wine straight from the barrel and get to take a bottle home as a souvenir of their hard work! Ticket price includes all food, wine, materials, and a souvenir T-shirt. Available to their Wine Club members. Order tickets here.

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Wine Club Party and Harvest Market

On September 7th wine club members get access to a robust & rustic All-Day Roasted Heirloom Tomato Pasta for lunch, paired with all featured fall wines including the 2016 Serpentine Ridge Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. You’ll also get an up-close look at harvest and crush activity at the winery!

And new this year, they are having a variety of small local vendors to sample and sell their wares at the mini harvest in Geyserville market! Enjoy fresh & local produce, flowers, chocolate and more!

The party runs 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7. Tickets are required, so please RSVP now at www.jrwinery.com/events.


2. Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Sept 14th is the Coppola 3rd Annual Wine and Family Harvest Celebration

7pm – 10pm

$65 + tax per Wine Family member (limit of 2 tickets per membership)
$85 + tax per guests of member (limit of 4 tickets per membership)

Experience an evening abundant with harvest-inspired cuisine, exceptional wines, and live music. Dance the night away, play a round of bocce, spin our wheel of deals, and try your hand (or feet) at a GRAPE STOMP.

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3) deLorimier Winery

Have you experienced a winery harvest in Geyserville dinner?

There is nothing like it.  Sitting under the twinkle lights with joyful company and the best of wine country flavors. 

deLorimier’s 2019 Harvest Dinner is on October 5, 2019

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A celebration of the harvest while soaking in the autumn colors of Alexander Valley. Owner & winemaker Diane Wilson will be in attendance.  KR Catering is providing the plated meal for this elegant & seasonal affair.


$125 per person for club members

$145 per person for non club

4) Pedroncelli Winery

If you want to see harvest in Geyserville action, this is the place to go.

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With their vineyards being right on the property and just steps from the tasting room, there is a high probability that if you visit for a tasting in the month of September and October, you just might see the hustle and bustle of harvest in action.  


Date: Saturday, October 12th

Time: 5:30pm

Join the Pedroncelli family and staff for a toast to Harvest 2019. A wine reception featuring new and library releases. Following the reception, a delicious dinner will be served family style in the Barrel Room paired with Pedroncelli wines that are just right with the menu. Join us for a delightful fall evening in the beautiful Dry Creek Valley. Simply click here to secure your spot!

The Menu:

Dinner by Dan Lucia, DL Catering 

– Braised Beef Short Rib Served with 2016 Block 007 Cabernet Sauvignon & 2016 Courage Zinfandel

– Creamy Polenta – Garlic – Herbs – Parmegiano Reggiano

– Grilled Seasonal Market Vegetables  

– Local Salad Greens – Sliced Pears – Toasted Almonds – Feta Cheese

– Bread and Butter

– Tiramisu – Served with 2013 Four Grapes Port

Club members and guests, $65/person. General Public $75/person.

5) Virginia Dare 

Move over Pumpkin Spice Lattes!  

Harvest isn’t harvest until you’ve experienced a refreshing Hard Apple Cider from Virgina Dare.  

Virginia Dare Hard Apple Cider is crafted exclusively from Russian River Valley in Sonoma County with the area’s famed Gravenstein apples.  

6) Gin’ Gilli’s Vintage Home

Decorating a home for harvest season can be such a fun way to welcome in the fall season. 

Our local vintage treasure, Gin Gilli’s is filled with adorable harvest decor for your home.

Move over Bath & Body Works…if you want your house to smell like the magic of harvest then checkout their soy candle section too! 

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