A Wine Place Puzzle: 4-9-07 Edition

What In The World Is This "Wine Place"?
While Fermentation & Family is on holiday, we offer you these intriquing place-puzzles, brought to you by the GoogleEarth.

Place your guesses in the comments section of this post. No prizes, just pride. The answers will be revealed on April 16.

HINT: Mean July Temperature is 71.5 F; Altitude is 98 Feet; Harvest occurs Sept-Nov; Main grapes grown in region are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.


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6 Responses

  1. Saint_Vini - April 9, 2007

    Nee Roshambo winery, now Twomey West, though it really borders Dry Creek Valley, so Zin and Sauv Blanc are probably better fits…. πŸ˜‰

  2. ernie - April 9, 2007

    Actually, the cluster of buildings just south of the tin-roof ones is the Rochioli winery, so there’s lots of pinot and chard there.

  3. Greg Walter - April 9, 2007

    Actually, Rochioli is 3-4 miles further south on Westside Road. I can’t remember what that cluster of buildings right below Roshambo is…

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  5. Brian Milelr - April 18, 2007

    Hop Kiln, I believe

  6. tom merle - April 18, 2007

    I concur with #1: Roshambo before it became the Roshambo bus. Now the buildings are owned by Silver Oak. What are they going to put there…? Twomey west?

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