The 21-acre estate vineyard at Bartholomew Park  is located at the base of the Mayacamas Mountain range in Sonoma Valley on the site of the original Buena Vista vineyard, where Hungarian nobleman Agoston Haraszthy planted the first European grapevines in California back in 1857.

Today, our goal at Bartholomew Park Winery is to showcase the unique history and character of wines made on this site.  The unique setting of this vineyard, tucked up against Arroyo Seco, enjoys warm temperatures, constant breezes and excellent drainage typical of higher elevation sites.

Vineyard manager and renowned viticulturist Phil Coturri farms the site organically, focusing on achieving the optimal flavors in the vineyard rather than in the cellar.