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I have been a member of their wine club for a w years and have done tastings here. This year we did the private tasting in their new private wine room. This was one of the best tastings I have had and my friends really...More
Great story, wonderful family, tremendous knowledge and passion and delicious, age-worthy wines. We learn more about growing grapes and making wine every time we visit. The Mauritson family’s fundraiser, Project Zin is a great cause (North Bay Downs Syndrome Association) and is great fun to...More
They have a small tasting room inside with just 6 stools. They have a wine club with some wine only available to club members. Tastings are free for members too. They have a nice variety of red wines including a pleasant Savignon Blanc. They had...More
Enjoyed a visit to the winery last weekend. Tasting is very expensive, but waived with purchase(which is the only way it makes sense). Mauritsons has some of the best zins in available(imho) and the attendant was very informative of the history of the area. Very...More
Family owned and operated Mauritson Winery in the heart of Dry Creek should be on eveyones list that comes to North Sonoma county. Let me count the reasons why:
1. Great wines - best know for their Zins, but go beyond and taste their cabs...More
This afternoon we visited the Mauritson Winery.We undertook a structured tasting program of 1 Chardonnay,3 Zinfandels and 1 Cab Sav.The tasting program was complimentary and this was a pleasant change from some/most other wineries we visited
where $50 per person is charged as the norm.I...More
Stopped here around 3p on a weekday and the nice host said we were the first to arrive all day. We started a tasting inside, but it was a beautiful fall day, so took it outside. They have a scattering of picnic tables, although the...More
Never disappointed at Mauritson with the wine or hospitality. We had kids with us and they played in the side yard while we tasted. More of a tasting room since you don’t overlook the vineyard, but well worth the visit!