The Talarico Vineyard is a fine example of the lifestyle and ambiance of living and working in the heart of Mendocino County. Located on the banks of the Russian River, the ranch consists of 68 acres, of which 45 acres are planted in Chardonnay. Access from Hwy 101 takes you to the end of a quiet paved country road; upon arriving, you will park near the vast hops barn and quaint country home. The structures are located in the center of the property, which creates an envelope of privacy and nature at its finest. A portion of the property is zoned industrial; the balance is zoned ag. The current city plan allows industrial zoning to be divided into 40,000 sqft parcels and sold separately. There is currently a County permit for a 10,000 sqft indoor cannabis license which will transfer with the property at the time of sale. The ranch's water is abundant with water rights from the Russian River, 120 and 80-gallon minute wells; the home is also connected to Mill View Water District and is connected to the city sewer system. During the winter months, water is diverted from the Russian River to an eight-acre-foot pond for summer use. Canadian Honkers and a variety of migrating ducks use it as a resting place in their journey. There is heavy power on-site, with several power drops on the property. With Mendocino County opening up the prospect of significant cannabis production, this could be a multi-facet ranch keeping the vines as yearly income and expanding the industrial acreage into growing, processing, manufacturing, nursery, and distributing of cannabis. The vines have produced from 200 to 300 tons of fruit per year over the past decade, averaging $1,500 a ton. Big Daddy Garden Supply superstore is one of your immediate neighbors to the ranch and could be a great asset on retailing clones from the nursery.