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Gundlach-Bundschu Winery information
California's oldest family-run winery looks like a castle, but has a down-to-earth vibe. Founded 1858 by a Bavarian immigrant, its signatures are Gewürztraminer and Pinot Noir, but ‘Gun-Bun’ was the first American winery to produce 100% Merlot. Down a winding lane, it’s a terrific bike-to winery, with picnicking, hiking and a lake. Tour the 1800-barrel cave by reservation only. Bottles are $21 to $90.