About the Gustafson Family Winery and Baci Café Summer Picnic
The Gustafson winery in Dry Creek is one spectacular spot for a summer picnic. The Gustafson winery is located in a very remote location in the Dry Creek Valley. It is high on the mountain and affords fantastic views of three valleys. As you can see from the photo, off in the distance are the Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma Valley, and the Napa Valley. The highest peak is Mount St. Helena in the Vaca Mountains. Dan Gustafson and his family have developed this estate on 260 acres of beautiful oak woodland forest. 20 acres have been planted with vineyards, all organically farmed. There is a beautiful home on the property that can be rented for vacations. On Saturday, June 28th, Gustafson Winery and the Baci Café and Wine Bar will host a gourmet picnic lunch paired with Gustafson wines on the Gustafson Estate. The summer picnic will be held from 11am to 3pm and is $45 a person. The Baci Café and Wine Bar is a popular spot in Healdsburg. To get to the Gustafson winery, take Dry Creek Road to the very end. Then take Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Rd. for seven miles to the Gustafson winery.