Trattore Farms—olive oil and a taste of Cote Du Rhone in Sonoma County’s legendary Dry Creek Valley

Nov 18, 2017

The vistas of dry Creek Valley from Trattori Farms tasting room is worth the visit all on its own
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Mary Louise Bucher and her husband produce award-winning Rhone style wines and produce estate grown extra-virgin olive oil. Join Mary as she talks about her family farm and giving back to the community in the wake of the devastating fires that swept through the region.

Fitting to have a tractor in the tasting room at Trattori Farms--as Trattori is Italian for Tractor
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Trattori Farms produces extra virgin olive oil in addition to wine
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Porsche tractor--fitting decore at Trattori Farms Tasting room as Trattori means tractor in Italian
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