We are a beautiful estate, situated on our scenic 144.63 acres of rolling hills and flat lands in the Petaluma Gap, Sonoma Coast. Over 4 decades ago, the Karah family was excited about the prospect of farming in California, and was advised by UC Davis to grow grapes, based on the terroir and climate. The intention was to perfect the viticulture skills and grow Pinot Noir of the highest quality. For many years, grapes were grown on the property and sold on the market to other nearby estates, before Karah made the gutsy decision of building his own winery. Karah Estate Vineyard lives on a piece of property with grand history. Seated on the peak of the hill, right off of Highway 101, in Cotati, Sonoma County, the vineyard offers panoramic views of the surrounding valley. As a vineyard estate, the property produces some of the best Pinot Noir in the region. Over the years Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay were added to diversify. Karah Estate Vineyard and Winery is situated in one of the best locations in the Petaluma Gap at 1010 W Railroad Ave, Cotati. It’s the first winery north of the City San Francisco and the prosperous Marin County, adjacent to Highway 101 with the exit of its own, northbound. This incredible Estate is a 145-acre property, with 40 acres planted, ample water, a winery in need of development, and 60 acres of relatively flat land ready to be planted. It produces tasty Pinot and Chardonnay, given the Petaluma Gap coastal fog and the County’s warm sunshine. In addition, it has a beautiful, spacious house, a winery, storages, equipment and more. Moreover, the Estate is not contractually bound by the California Land Conservation (Williamson) Act, by design does not enjoy property tax relief and, therefore, does not have restrictions for development imposed by that Act. It is situated next to a residential area. The property is being offered “as is” with considerable potential both within the wine industry and beyond. Price and terms are negotiable. Call for a visit to this incomparable Estate.