Bradford Mountain is the tallest of the hills making up the coastal range bordering the west side of Dry Creek Valley in northern Sonoma County. From the top, the Pacific ocean is a mere 15 miles to the west and in between, there is nothing but forested hills, the home of countless deer, mountain lions, and wild pigs. Just south of the summit lies a swale that was planted to Zinfandel nearly 100 years ago and, as the site of an old grist mill, has been known as the Grist Vineyard for some years.

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