The tiny town of Geyserville is named for the geothermal springs discovered east of town in the Mayacamas Mountains during the 19th century. As out-of-towners began visiting the hot springs, the town of Geyserville developed as places for food and lodging opened to accommodate visitors. Today, located just off of Highway 101 in Northern Sonoma County, Geyserville continues to draw visitors with its mellow energy and old-fashioned charm.
Travelers come to Geyserville to visit the local wineries and experience the romantic countryside of the Alexander Valley. An ideal spot for a relaxing weekend getaway, Geyserville is quiet and quaint. The town’s main street, Geyserville Avenue is worth a stroll. The street has a couple of delicious restaurants as well as some tasting rooms. Just west of the tiny downtown area, Lake Sonoma attracts adventurers looking to spend a day jetskiing, boating, or canoeing in the water.
Taste estate Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir at Trione Vineyards a family-run winery known for small-lot premium wine made from only the finest 3% of the grapes grown on their vineyards in the Russian River Valley, Alexander Valley, and the Sonoma Coast. Stop by Diavola Pizzeria & Salumeria for mouthwatering pizzas, a daily-changing menu, and house-cured salumi. Try the Dictator Pizza, a spicy blend of ribeye steak, garlic, green onion, chiles, and kimchi. Visit Francis Ford Coppola Winery to taste from a selection of over 40 Alexander Valley wines. The property boasts two restaurants, a swimming pool, a movie gallery, bocce ball courts, and even offers self-guided vineyard tours to learn about the vines and sustainable farming. Stop by Trentadue Winery, a Tuscan-inspired estate offering options to taste at the bar, in the courtyard, or in the tasting arbor under the shade of redwood trees.
Ready for your adventure? Start by exploring the lodging, restaurants, and activities in Geyserville.