Trione Winery

Location: Geyserville, CA

Project Architect(s): Fifth Resource Group

Sq. Footage: 20,000

Built originally in 1908,  the two-story stone building that is now Trione Winery was seen as a symbol of an exciting future for Sonoma County agriculture and wine. The landmark structure, with its steep roof and distinctive hop tower, was retrofitted to accommodate Trione Winery’s special events. Restoration of the 20,000 SF production and hospitality center included new public and private tasting rooms and barrel storage. Framed with old-growth redwood timbers and surrounded by sweeping views of Alexander Valley, the winery provides an exciting experience with beautiful scenery.