Not exactly a wineryWeb site, Geib Ranch Vineyard has a Web site intended to showcase their grapes to potential buyers. It's a Flash-based site, and the home page does open with a picture of a vineyard (one of my pet peeves for winery sites), but it has a wealth of information about how Jim and Patti Geib "grow their grapes and tend their vines" (Does anyone else remember that ancient Gallo jingle?).
What I like about the site is that the information presented is very clearly focused on what people who buy grapes to make wine would want to know. The "About the Grapes" section allows you to see their property from a photographic, planting, and production perspective. It's my favorite page on the site - in fact, I've told the Geibs that I think it should be the home page (instead of that darn picture of the vines - my pet peeve again). Overall, an attractive presentation, designed by Sodari Design.
Take a look at their site and leave your impressions of the Geib Ranch site in the comments here. Especially if you buy grapes - what could they do better to meet your needs? Is a Web site a good way to sell premium fuit?
If you're looking for fruit now or in the future (Cabernet Sauvingon, Zinfandel, Merlot, Malbec, or Sauvignon Blanc), drop Patti Geib a line (or a phone call at 707 833 2817) for more information.