A boutique winery… saving the world from mediocre wine and having fun while doing it.
Sharing our environment where quality, individual growth, friendship and good times are all cultivated is at our foundation.
We take this to heart with the vinification of our award winning wines, the shared experiences that surround them, and the friendships they forge. These values, along with our stewardship of the land, are at our core. We love our home in Healdsburg, we love our wine and look forward to sharing it all with you.
32 Winds Wine was named for the number of winds measured by the main points of a navigation compass. Here is the symbol used on our label:
The symbol also reflects the 32 points of the nautical compasses used by the first adventurers and explorers seeking the finest flavors and experiences the world had to offer… we continue that tradition with all we do today.
32 Winds is a small family established winery, committed to making exceptional wines, located in Dry Creek Valley two miles from the Healdsburg Plaza. The winery and tasting room is nestled alongside the Dry Creek stream, a spawning preserve for Coho salmon and Steelhead trout.
We produce approximately 2500 cases per year of award winning Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet and Zinfandel from hand selected vineyards in the AVA’s of West Sonoma Coast, Russian River Valley, Napa Valley, and Dry Creek Valley. The wines have received recognition (and 90+ ratings) in Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast, and are served in fine restaurants, luxury resorts, and clubs from Santa Barbara to New York City.
Winery operations are spearheaded by owner Ed Mascarin and by winemaker Ehren Jordan. Sherry Harkins, joined our small team some years back and handles, well, basically anything that comes her way! Sherry, along with her crew, look forward to sharing our 32 Winds experience with you while in Sonoma County. Sherry resides in Healdsburg which is the location of our newly renovated tasting room. You will find it down a dirt road, nestled behind 8 acres of our vineyards, and surrounded by lush gardens and towering walnut trees. Add to all that, the bocce court, picnic grounds, and deck overlooking the “not so dry” Dry Creek and you will want to stay there for hours.