Dry Creek Old Vine Zinfandel Vineyard and Home

Historic Dry Creek Valley

Historic Buchignani Vineyard

8236 West Dry Creek Rd
Healdsburg, California

Located 4 miles west and six miles north of Healdsburg is this stunning 12.64 acre Buchignani Vineyard parcel in the Dry Creek Valley AVA. The property is mostly planted to vineyard 11.5 Acres to Old Vine Zinfandel being sold to local winery on a year to year contract. The property also consists of a smaller 3 bedroom ranch home, work shop and outbuildings. The main home was built 1930 but was remodeled in the mid 50’s and late 1990. The shop was constructed in 2001-2002

Parcel #139-160-049
12.64 Acre Parcel
11.5 Acres of Old Vine “Mother Clone” Zinfandel
St. George rootstock, 8×8 spacing, year to year grape contract to local winery
Domestic well and separate AG well with a legal easement on the adjacent parcel
LIA Zoning
360 degree view of surrounding vineyards and mountains
Modest home and outbuildings

Offered at $3,500,000

See more at 8236westdrycreekrd.com

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