Frequently Asked Questions
Where Can I Purchase Sky Ranch Wine and Olive Oil?
Our wines and olive oil can be purchased through our local Farmer’s Market, or can be shipped to you. Please email for ordering information.
Can I Tour Sky Ranch?
Absolutely! Tour includes vineyard, olive orchard, and private Italian-style Sky Ranch residence, and ends with a tasting on our residence balcony where you can savor our wines, olive oil, and the view. Please visit our Experience Sky Ranch page for all of the details.
How Long Is a Tour of Sky Ranch?
Tour and tasting together run approximately 2 hours depending on mode of transportation. Visitors may either hike the 1-mile loop or be driven by small ATV (driver provided). Please be aware some areas of terrain can be steep.
Can I Ride My Bike on the Tour Loop?
Mountain bikes permitted but visitors are asked to remain on the path. If interested, please mention at time of reservation inquiry.
Are Tours Private or Groups? What Is the Cost?
Tours can be private or semi-private, please email for pricing and reservation options.
Is the Tour Handicap Accessible?
The Sky Ranch tour is handicap accessible if the visitor is comfortable and able to ride in an ATV vehicle. Please discuss any necessary accommodations at time of reservation.
Is Food Served or Available for Purchase on Site?
At this time there is no food served or available for purchase at the Ranch, but visitors are welcome to bring a picnic if this is arranged when the reservation is made.
Can I Bring My Dog?
As you can see on our Dogs of Sky Ranch page, we love pups, but in order to ensure the safest possible conditions for your pet, our ranch animals, and the local wildlife, we do not encourage you to bring your dog. Due to potentially very hot conditions, dogs are never permitted to be left in cars at the Ranch. Service dogs and other exceptions are allowed on private tours if arrangements are made while making reservations. Please email me for information. If you do have your dog, please be aware of the abundance of wildlife in the area, including deer and snakes, as well as our own chickens, goats, and peacocks. Dogs who are on the Ranch for any amount of time must be kept on a leash.