Welcome to Sonoma Creek Farmstead ... 45 miles north of San Francisco at the southern end of Sonoma Valley, situated on approximately 1,456 pastoral acres near the top of San Pablo Bay, awaits your field of dreams. Surrounded by water and steeped in history, next door is the notable waterfront hamlet of Wingo Station where 19th century steamboats and trains stopped. Today the the farming tradition continues, with oat and hay growing under the warmth of the California sun. Protected by The Williamson Act, this unique property is poised and ready for new possibilities. Flanked by the Carneros American Viticultural Area (AVA), the proximity to the bay makes the climate more moderate than regions further north. This area is well known for producing award-winning Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, which typically grow best in cooler climates. A true, once in a lifetime offering.