V I N E Y A R D S
c a t i e ' s c o r n e r v i n e y a r d — r u s s i a n r i v e r v a l l e y
Saralee Kunde’s vineyard rests on a small knoll on the southwestern edge of Windsor in the lush Russian River Valley. The clone of Viognier originally comes from a small town in the Northern Rhône called Condrieu. Sustainably farmed, cool climate site.
p l e a s a n t h i l l v i n e y a r d — r u s s i a n r i v e r v a l l e y
Bob Jenkins’ vineyard sits just west of downtown Sebastopol. Dijon clones 115, 667, and 777 thrive here. Charlie Chenowith has managed the vineyard sustainably since he planted the site back in 1998. Cool climate vineyard site.
p h o e n i x r a n c h v i n e y a r d — n a p a v a l l e y
Cool climate area of south Napa, east of the Silverado Trail. We work with organically farmed Estrella River and Syrah Noir clones from this vineyard.
h u d s o n r a n c h v i n e y a r d — c a r n e r o s , n a p a v a l l e y
You can see San Pablo Bay from this organically-grown property, which is what makes it such a cool climate spot. Hudson Ranch is one of the most meticulously farmed sites in the state.
t e r r a d e p r o m i s s i o v i n e y a r d — s o n o m a c o a s t
"Terra" in Latin means "The Land". Owned and operated by Charles and Diana Karren, this southwestern-facing hillside vineyard sits just southeast of the town of Petaluma. Hands-on, sustainable farming practices are employed at this pristine Pinot Noir site where the soil, sun exposure, hill elevation, and vine density allow the grapes to have a slow maturation and extended hang time.
w a l a l a v i n e y a r d — s o n o m a c o a s t
Located in Annapolis, this vineyard site sits high up on a knoll where you can see the Pacific on a clear day. Soils are a mix of alluvial and Goldridge loam, which nurture the mix of Dijon clones.
t a y l o r ' s f o l l y v i n e y a r d — s o n o m a c o a s t
One of the most storied, prolific vineyards in all of California, it was planted by Steve Kistler in the late 1990s. The soil of this south-facing, steep-sloped site is comprised of alluvial fan and fracture ferrous rocks where the Calera clone thrives.