Lambert Bridge

Sonoma County

Lambert Bridge Winery is located in the center of Dry Creek Valley, near an old trestle bridge, its namesake. Our winery occupies land that was once part of the C.L. Lambert Ranch, a sizeable property that included a school, store, farmland and the trestle bridge, built by Lambert in 1915. Today this bridge, the only single-lane public bridge in the valley, is surrounded by vineyards and still provides passage across Dry Creek to our winery. We pride ourselves in our small production wines, which are available exclusively through our winery. We do not distribute out wines, and many of our varietals are only offered to wine club members. In order to maintain our high quality, we reduced the number of annual cases produced from 25k in 2005 to just about 5k! This drastic reduction may have lowered the overall production, but ensured that the best quality was focused on the wines we do produce. - Extract from Lambert Bridge's website

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