About This Winery
Breggo means “sheep” in Boontling. (Boontling is the unique dialect used only in the Boonville area for over a hundred years.) Breggo Cellars has no sheep, but plenty of good Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc Frattey (wine).
The old 1920s Craftsman house and the random cluster of sideways-tilting outbuildings used to be headquarters to one of the oldest and largest sheep ranches in Anderson Valley. It’s now home to this petite winery operation that specializes in vineyard-designated Pinot Noir.
Breggo Cellars sources their fruit from nearby Anderson Valley vineyards: Savoy, Ferrington, Donnelley Creek and Wiley. They produce Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Gewürztraminer from Ferrington, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from Savoy, and Pinot Gris from Wiley Vineyard.↑ Less
Winery InformationHours: Open daily 11 to 5 pm
Fees: $5 fee credited with purchase
Price Range: $18 to $30 per bottle
Production: 1800 cases
- Picnic Sites
- Family Run
- Hip & Stylish
- Off the Beaten Path
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Pinot Noir