Petersen Vineyards was established in 2012, and with the desire to learn the trade from A-Z, we started with learning how to grow and manage our own grape vines. With the first harvest in 2013 we made our first wine, and by the following year in 2014 we crafted our now famous Diablo Sunset.
Committed to our project we were bonded as a winery in 2015 and we engineered our Zero MOG production process. With wine aging, in 2016 it was time to create our marketing strategy, design labels, launch websites, all while building a welcoming facility. A 100% Estate Winery! Sales started in 2017 and the rest is history…
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Woman-owned and operated business. 5-acre urban farm, registered for certification for organic farming. Seasonal squash, zucchini, arugula, bok choy, beets, kale, pumpkins and more. Apiary’s producing honey, bee pollen, honeycomb and honey products, sale of chickens, free range eggs, natural fertilizer, equine products, jewelry, gift baskets, soaps. Classes for beekeeping, soap making and farm animal husbandry. Open Saturday and Sunday, May to Oct. Call for off-season hours.
Farming attracted the Nunn Family to the rich soils of Brentwood almost 150 years ago. At just 20 years old, George Nunn came to town to work the grain harvest. He saw promise and a successful future living and working with the kind people of Brentwood. Slowly, other family members joined him and they set down roots in their beautiful surroundings. They began building a farming business that is still run by third, fourth and fifth generation members of the Nunn Family. Today, the Nunn Family, supported by a team of dedicated professionals, continues a tradition of bringing superb agricultural products to California.
The stunning Campos Family Vineyards property sits on a 44-acre parcel in Byron. The 37-acre vineyard is beautifully planted with five varietals, cabernet franc, Barbera Mouvedre, Petit Sirah and Zinfandel. Our estate wines are spectacular! CFV also hosts a newly remodeled event center, beautiful tasting room and grounds for weddings, concerts, private events, fundraisers, baseball and more. Stop by the tasting room from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. NO U-PICK FRUIT
Farm Tours for School Children and Large Groups: (call for reservations (925-625-5966) Fruit Stand and U-Pick
Herb Garden and Meditation Labyrinth: Naturally Grown Medicinal and Culinary Herbs, Fresh Cut Flowers, Lemons and Oranges. Herbal Wreaths, Garden Tours and Classes available. Check website for hours and upcoming events.
Pumpkin Patch and Harvest Festival: Open Oct 1-31, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm daily. Hayrides, Live Music, Corn maze, Barnyard Animals, Honey Bee Observation Hive, Unique Pumpkins for Cooking and Carving, Sunflower Fields, Fall Decor, Hay Bales, Cornstalks, Indian Corn and Much More. Picnic Area and Local Artists on Weekends.
Christmas trees: Open Day after Thanksgiving. Fresh Noble and Douglas Trees of all Read More
Open Sat & Sun from 9-5pm. We have our own Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Raw Honey, U-Pick Blue Berries & Black Berries, along with Cherries (Bing & Rainier), and 8 varieties of Peaches & Nectarines; we open in May on Mother’s Day Weekend and close early August.
Start your u-pick experience here. Our Farm Market and Commercial Kitchen are available for food and classes on how to make something from the fruit you pick! Left something at home? We have gift items, fresh produce, events & more. Park your car, grab some refreshments, and carpool to your favorite spot!
Brentwood’s first modern winery is just a stone’s throw from downtown. Local residents have been coming here for years to attend events and buy our wine. Find rich agricultural heritage in every taste of Hannah Nicole Vineyard’s award-winning vintages. Homegrown. Handcrafted. Visit our website for more details about our wines, events, concerts and information on weddings.
We are located at the foot of Mt. Diablo in Contra Costa County, California. As landmark winery in this part of the prosperous Bay Area we are keeping alive the century old heritage of winemaking in one of California’s most acknowledged farming communities. The warm summer days, cool nights and howling winds off the Read More