It is the same today as it has always been with the Rued family. If you visit the place of work, you’ll find the family. And, for visitors who really want to experience the rich history of Sonoma County, this is a stop that is not-to-be-missed. In 1882, the Rued family planted vineyards and continues, to this day, to farm grapes in three world-class, wine-growing appellations: Dry Creek Valley, Russian River and Alexander Valley. A visit to Rued offers incredible handcrafted wines with warm, family hospitality in a beautiful setting for a leisurely picnic.