Our VINEYARDS

 

STAGECOACH VINEYARD - NAPA VALLEY


One of the largest and best known vineyards we source from, Stagecoach climbs between 900 and 1700 feet up the southern face of Pritchard Hill. The site is planted to a wide range of varietals and rootstocks and features several distinct microclimates. We source our Cabernet from a small, steep block near the top of the site. This section, planted to clone 341, is lower-yielding than most of the vineyard and emphasizes serious Asian spice and dried herbs on top of a core of black currant.





REVERENCE Vineyard - Napa valley


Reverence Vineyard is situated in southern Napa’s Coombsville/Tulocay area. The 12+ acre vineyard sits on shallow, rocky-gravel soils and is solely focused on growing cooler climate Cabernet Sauvignon. The microclimate, influenced by the cooling breezes and fogs off San Pablo Bay, help grapes assert the classic Cabernet acid/tannin profile. Reverence Vineyard was planted to a variety of clones primarily on 110R rootstock in 2002. The meticulous sustainable farming techniques and obvious care that have gone in the property’s development have us truly excited about our first harvest.



La Encantada Vineyard - Santa Rita Hills


Located on the cooler west side of Santa Rita Hills in Santa Barbara County, La Encantada was planted in 2001. Here, the mountains run east to west, funneling troughs of chilly temperatures and fog in from the coast. La Encantada, the first certified organic site in Santa Barbara, is planted to a range of Dijon clones on devigorating rootstock that produce tiny clusters with yields hovering around 2 tons per acre. The result is dark cherry, earth and spice – everything you’d want out of a Santa Rita Hills Pinot.





SPLIT ROCK VINEYARD - SONOMA COAST


Split Rock is located in the Sonoma Coast growing region on the west side of Sonoma Mountain. Its rocky soils combine with winds from the Petaluma Gap to create a challenging growing environment, but one that consistently produces great fruit. Most of the vineyard has optimal southwest exposure and is densely planted with over 2000 vines per acre. Wines from this cool climate site are very dark, feature dark cherry and have an excellent tannin and acid backbone required for aging.

Great wines begin with great grapes. Rather than be limited to one vineyard, our fruit comes from some of the most well known and prestigious vineyards in California. We choose these vineyards for their unique characteristics and history in producing some of the top fruit over the years.

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