Reis River Ranch Vineyards
Escape to Reis River Ranch Vineyards
630 acres with amazing ranch views, horses, cattle and abundant wildlife.
Blend the art of Wine and Horses and reserve your ranch experience today!
#1 - Wine Tasting Experience
Cost: $30 per person
2021 Russian River Valley Chardonnay
2021 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
2018 Sonoma County Red Blend
2019 Dry Creek Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
#2 - Wine Tasting Experience
Cost: $40 per person (minimum group of 4)
Includes: Wine tasting all 4 wines and Joining your hosts on their 4 wheel drive vehicle to tour the 630 acres of the Reis River Ranch. Taste the varietals of the River Ranch wine starting on the tasting room deck then hop on for your tour and enjoy more wine with hill top views of the Petaluma river, wetlands, ancient oak trees, endless pastures, grazing horses and cows and abundant wildlife. Finish up in our rustic barn with a little more wine and a little bit of chocolate!!
We now offer BBQ every Saturday and Sunday! Come out and enjoy our grass-fed grain finished beef BBQ or a Charcuterie plate to enhance your wine tasting experience!
- Monday and Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday, Thursday: by appointment only
- Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11:00am to 6:00pm
- BBQ available on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 to 3:00pm
- Reservations for #2 – WINE TASTING EXPERIENCE and BBQ recommended.
Also we have an extensive list of our USDA beef cuts available in our farm store to purchase onsite.
We love kids and dogs and have a designated outdoor area for families and pets to enjoy the ranch when wine tasting.
Reis River Ranch Vineyards
4871 Petaluma Blvd S., Petaluma, CA 94952
(get directions in Google Maps)
Join our EqwineTime Wine Club Today
and get these exciting perks!
Our Exclusive EqwineTime Club includes:
Access to explore our beautiful Ranch:
Discounts on SPECIAL EVENTS
at the Reis River Ranch Winery & Tasting Room including:
COMPLIMENTARY TASTINGS EVERY MONTH
We have three great options for you to choose from!
And get 20% off retail prices!
Option #1: Pay your wine club fee monthly and pick up 3 bottles of wine every three months. A total of 12 bottles a year.
Option #2: Pay your wine club fee quarterly and pick up 3 bottles of wine every three months. A total of 12 bottles a year.
Option #3: Pay for a case of wine today and receive your 12 bottles.
Membership does not include shipping fees
Choose from these Fine Wines
2018 Sauvignon Blanc
2018 Pinot Noir
2018 Cabernet Sauvignon
2021 Russian River Valley Chardonnay $37.00 / $29.60 Club
2021 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir $55.00 / $44.00 Club
2018 Sonoma County Red Blend
37.5% Merlot - 37.5% Petite Syrah - 12.5% Malbec - 12.5% Zinfandel $40.00 / $32.00 Club
2019 Dry Creek Valley Cabernet Sauvignon $55.00 / $44.00 Club
Not a Eqwine Club Member?
Please Call Deborah at 800-732-8220 to order your wine
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Membership Withdrawal Policy – We require if you choose option #1 or #2 that you receive a minimum of Four (4) shipments with a minimum of Three (3) bottles per shipment as part of your membership commitment after which you may cancel at any time. Club Member discounts applicable to: Wine by the case, bottle or glass, as well as branded Reis River Ranch merchandise.
Due to restricted shipping, we are unable to direct ship to the following states: Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah, Wisconsin
The Winery is housed in a fine large western ranch barn. Picturesque with its Large timbered high ceilings and weathered wood. Adjacent are the horses and beautiful black angus mama cows and their babies can be seen grazing on hillsides and wide-open pastures. A beautiful venue for your next special event!
The tasting room is welcoming and comfortable an atmosphere that encourages you to “come on in and stay awhile” The large deck has the best view on the ranch overlooking the swan lakes, rolling hills, ancient oak trees and horses.
The entire 630-acre ranch is a wildlife sanctuary where you can experience sightings of deer, wild turkeys, jack rabbits, hawks and hundreds of bird species.
Our AVA (American Viticultural Area)
Sonoma County California is internationally recognized for the quality of its wine production.
As our vineyards are just starting to grow, our wine maker Russ Fish takes pride in sourcing grapes and juice from some of the most renowned Ava’s of Sonoma County, Including Dry Creek Valley. Petaluma Gap., Sonoma Coast and the Sonoma Valley
Meet our Wine Maker.
The Reis River Ranch is family owned and run – Meet our nephew and Wine Maker Russ Fish.
Russ started his fermentation science career in 1995 in the beer industry before transitioning into a career as a winemaker. After completing a BS degree in biological sciences at UC Davis, he stayed an extra year to learn the craft of brewing. After completing his studies in brewing, he landed at a microbrewery in Berkeley, working for several years as a Brewer and Brew master. It wasn’t too long before a strong interest in wine took hold, prompting him to make a career change and return to UC Davis to complete a Master’s degree in Viticulture and Enology.
Russ, a Sonoma county native, gained the majority of his winemaking experience in Sonoma County wineries. After graduating, Russ worked a harvest in Healdsburg and Mendocino County, then went on to work for the small family owned Wattle Creek Winery in Alexander Valley, as an Enologist helping to craft sought after Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc from Alexander Valley and Mendocino County. In 2008, Russ was hired as Assistant Winemaker at Kunde Family Winery, and did a four-year stint working with estate grown Sonoma valley fruit from the Kunde property. In July of 2012, Russ moved to Vintage Wine Estates to oversee winemaking at Ray’s Station Winery.
Russ believes Sonoma County has excellent growing conditions and hence some of the world’s best vineyards. “Sonoma County is like a playground for winemakers. We can grow everything from racy cool climate Pinot Noir to juicy bombastic Zinfandel. I don’t know of anywhere else in the world where so many varietals can be grown to produce high quality wine.”