Scribe Winery – Sonoma, California

My girlfriend and I recently joined Scribe Winery in Sonoma.  Its beautiful pastoral grounds make it unlike any other winery in Sonoma.  As a Landscape Architect, its setting, history and connection to the vernacular landscape drew me in.  Although a fairly new winery, they have produced some top notch Chardonnays, Syrahs and Cabernets.  With all of the recent glam occurring in Napa, with hints in Sonoma, it reminds me of what a winery should be; good friends, good people and connection with the land,  past and present.

Below are photos from the February pickup party.  Click on one for an enlarged view and please sign up to follow my blog if you are interested in San Francisco Bay area photography.  Thanks!

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IMG_9205I couldn’t resist adding a photo of myself.  Who doesn’t like a rope swing after a few glasses of wine.

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~ by tomfitzg on March 22, 2013.

10 Responses to “Scribe Winery – Sonoma, California”

  1. These photos are great. I’m sure the winery would be interested in seeing them.

  2. Beautiful as always! The one with the swing especially.

  3. Love your pictures, Tom! It’s such an amazing place.

  4. Really excellent photo!

  5. What jumped out at me, apart from the photos, are your words, ” good friends, good people and connection with the land, past and present.” Your photos do embody this perspective and I need to acknowledge you for this.

    Cheers

    Shakti

  6. Looks like a fun place to visit.

    Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2013 15:05:43 +0000 To: mttmz2@hotmail.com

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