Warren Dutton purchased the family's first 200 acres in Santa Rosa and planted the property to prunes trees produced by Luther Burbank.
Generations later, Warren and Gail Dutton purchase 35 acres of land near the little town of Graton.
The Duttons plant their first Chardonnay vineyard.
Martin Ray Winery becomes the first winery to proudly designate Dutton Ranch on its label.
Warren receives 'Outstanding Young Farmer' award from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Kistler Vineyards produces first vineyard designate from Dutton Ranch.
The Duttons sell their Santa Rosa fruit stand, for years an unofficial landmark in Santa Rosa, and the surrounding property to developers.
Warren and Gail’s son Joe and his wife Tracy start Dutton Estate Winery
Warren and Gail’s son Steve and his wife Theresa launch Dutton-Goldfield Winery with winemaker Dan Goldfield
Warren Dutton is named ‘Agriculturist of the Year’ by Sonoma County Farm Bureau at their 81st Annual Meeting
Steve Dutton receives 'Outstanding Young Farmer' award from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Joe Dutton receives 'Outstanding Young Farmer' award from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Warren dies of a heart attack while riding his horse in October of 2001. Gail, Steve and Joe continue to run the business.
Warren is named Sebastopol’s Citizen of the Year.
The Warren Dutton Family receives the Viticulture Award of Excellence from the Sonoma County Grape Growers.
On Nov 1 the Warren G. Dutton Jr. Agriculture Pavilion officially opens at Santa Rosa Junior College. Located on the college's 365-acre Shone Farm in Forestville, the Ag Pavilion offers students a wine laboratory, demonstration kitchen, indoor showcase arena, outdoor equine arena and conference and learning center.
Steve and Joe Dutton are named ‘Agriculturists of the Year’ by the Sonoma County Farm Bureau at their 89th Annual Dinner
The Duttons farm 1,300 acres 1,100 acres of grapes and 200 acres of CCOF Certified Organic apples predominately within the Russian River Valley appellation