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From cool, coastal regions to warm, rugged mountain sites, Sonoma County gives us the rare opportunity to work with fruit from a collection of superior appellations. We carefully select our grapes from local, sustainable vineyards to bring you closer to the terroir that makes Sonoma County unlike any other wine region in the world.

Sonoma Coast

Latitude: 38° 42’ 28”N
Longitude: 122° 54’ 9” W

A large and vast appellation, the Sonoma Coast spans more than 500,000 acres—with roughly 2,000 acres planted to vine—primarily along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean, extending from San Pablo Bay to the border of Mendocino County. Characterized by an overall cooler climate and more rainfall than other parts of Sonoma County, the Sonoma Coast is ideal for growing cool-climate varieties. Our Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir fruit from this region transform into elegant wines with intense flavor and vibrant acidity.

Sonoma Coast Pinot Gris
Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

Sonoma Coast

Russian River Valley

Latitude: 38° 29’ 47”N
Longitude: 122° 46’ 12” W

Nestled in the heart of Sonoma County, the Russian River Valley is shaped by cooling fog from the Pacific Ocean, just a few miles to the west. Temperatures drop as much as 40 degrees at night, fostering a long, even growing season. Chardonnay thrives in the region’s alluvial soils—composed primarily of gravel, loam and sand—which provide essential drainage, while retaining sufficient moisture and nutrients to nurture the vines. Chardonnay ripens slowly in the Russian River Valley, developing intense varietal flavors matched by crisp acidity.

Russian River Chardonnay
Russian River Unoaked Chardonnay (Limited Release)

Russian River Valley

Dry Creek Valley

Latitude: 38° 30’ 7”N
Longitude: 122° 54’ 9” W

One of California’s smallest appellations, the Dry Creek Valley was discovered by Italian immigrants, who were reminded of the hills in their native Tuscany and Piedmont. They planted Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and Carignane grapes on the benchlands to emulate the hearty red wines of their homeland. The Dry Creek Valley’s warm summer days—tempered by morning fog from the Pacific Ocean—and its well-drained, stony soils are made-to-order for Zinfandel. California’s signature red reaches its pinnacle of quality in this heralded, Mediterranean-style region.

DRY CREEK VALLEY ZINFANDEL

Dry Creek Valley

Alexander Valley

Latitude: 38° 42’ 28”N
Longitude: 122° 59’ 46” W

Stretching 22 miles from Healdsburg north to Cloverdale, the Alexander Valley follows the meandering path of the Russian River. Its narrow valley floor is flanked by undulating hillsides that soar up to 2,000 feet in elevation. Along its heavily graveled benchlands and foothills lie some of California’s supreme Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards, which benefit from the region’s warm daytime temperatures, marine-cooled evenings and well-drained, volcanic hillside soils. These conditions yield mouthfilling, fruit-forward and supple red wines.

Alexander Valley Merlot
ALEXANDER VALLEY CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Alexander Valley Petite Sirah (Limited Release)

Alexander Valley
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