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Atilla and Arpad were sons of Agoston Haraszthy, a Hungarian-American traveler, writer and pioneer winemaker in Wisconsin and California. Often referred to as the “Father of California Viticulture”, he founded Buena Vista Winery in 1857.
This 1864 Victorian home was built for Natalia and Atilla as a wedding gift. They lived happily on the property and raised their four children there.
The Scheiblich family purchased the home in the 1940s and maintained it as a single-family residence and affectionately called it “Big Pink” due to the exterior color of the home at that time.
The 21st century found a new purpose for the historic venue when it was converted into the popular Estate Restaurant. In 2009, the owners of Ramekins Culinary School acquired the property and developed this Sonoma landmark into “The General’s Daughter” – a truly unique event and wedding venue!