Blue Farm Wines has become a wine I absolutely adore. I had always wanted to make a visit to Blue Farm, and recently finally got the chance. The wines at Blue Farm are expertly crafted and beyond elegant and spectacular. Speaking of Sonoma Wines I adore, learn more about the Best California Sonoma Coast Wineries on my blog here including Blue Farm Wines.
Blue Farm Wines
Blue Farm Wines began in 2001 when winemaker Anne Moller-Racke planted seven acres of Pinot Noir behind her historic Victorian farmhouse in Sonoma. Not only are their wines absolutely delicious, but their vineyard is breathtakingly beautiful and the experience is super serene, peaceful, and just beyond relaxing.
There is nothing like walking a vineyard and seeing where the grapes originate.
Blue Farm Wines highlights Burgundian style Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines from Sonoma County.
Blue Farms Wine Winemaker, Anne-Moller Racke whom I met while she was at Donum Estate (20+ years) and recently left Donum to focus exclusively on her beautiful wines at Blue Farm Wines. Learn more in my Interview with Anne-Moller Racke here.
I think these are some of the most elegant, full-body, delicious Pinot Noir & Chardonnay Wines in Sonoma.
Blue Farm Wines was at my Inaugural Pinots & Plaid Event sharing their stunning Pinot Noir wines with my guests. Read more about Pinots & Plaid 2019 here.
Be sure to try the Blue Farm Wines Rosé, it’s great!
PS, if you’re a Rosé drinker, you’re going to want to see the Rosé’s I’m Loving Right Now Just in Time for Summer on my blog here.
It wasn’t until 2020, during COVID’19, that I was able to visit Blue Farm Wines. They did a fantastic job at making everyone feel safe and keeping the wine tasting experience amazing. With wineries beginning to reopen again, see my blog to read about Wine Tasting During COVID and What To Expect.
Ernestine loves joining me on my winery trips, so I was so excited when I found out Blue Farm Wines was dog-friendly. If you want to read about other dog-friendly wineries in the Sonoma area, see my blog on Best Sonoma Dog-friendly Wineries.
Cheers to a fabulous visit to Blue Farm Wines, can’t wait to return again!
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