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Viansa Vineyards & Winery, Sonoma Valley, California, USA

Viansa Vineyards & Winery, Sonoma Valley, California, USA


Viansa Vineyards & Winery and Marketplace – Tastefully Yours


“The natural beauty of Sonoma Valley Wine Country is undisputed and the quality of wine grapes that usher forth from its soil is legendary. But, when we looked upon the gently rolling terrain we saw more than the potential to produce world class wines. We envisioned a Tuscan sanctuary where wine, food and Italian traditions would be shared and celebrated in an unparalleled natural environment.”


A Sonoma Winery Dream

In 1989, that vision became reality with the founding and thoughtful planning of Viansa Winery and Marketplace. Viansa Winery sits gracefully on the crest of a hill, surrounded by acres of healthy vineyards, groves of olive trees and a unique 90-acre natural preserve that’s home to native California plants and wildlife. Embracing the Sonoma Valley land is a Mediterranean climate that nurtures Italian and California vines, and gives Viansa its distinct Tuscan environment.


Jewel on the Hilltop

Today, Viansa Winery graciously welcomes wine country visitors. A fine Tuscan villa crowns the landscape and provides a portal to enjoy all this wine country gem has to offer. Painted murals, massive wood beams, and Italian marble distinguish this Sonoma winery. Outside, Italian Cypress trees and stone pines embellish the extensive grounds and invite guests to relax and wander this singular Sonoma Valley retreat.

Wine country visitors may choose to take a wine tour and talk with Viansa’s knowledgeable staff. People who have chosen to work at Viansa Winery love to share their enthusiasm for wine and the environment that is their professional home. Food and wine specialists are always available, anxious to share information with visitors to Sonoma Valley wineries and locals enjoying a day of wine touring and tasting.

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Taken on January 19, 2011