Sustainably Farmed

Our commitment to sustainability is backed by our use of drip irrigation, cover crops, and low impact farming methods in the vineyards, and a state-of-the-art winery designed to reduce energy usage and cut waste. Both our vineyards and winery are officially certified by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, a statewide certification program that provides third-party verification of a winegrower’s commitment to continuous improvement and the adoption and implementation of sustainable winegrowing practices.

  • Estate Vineyards

    Our 12 estate vineyards are located along a 70-mile spread of the Salinas Valley, encompassing four primary climate zones. The unique geography of Monterey County and the diversity of our estate vineyards allow us to grow many different varieties in a spectrum of styles, and each of our varietals is planted in the location that is best-suited to expressing the highest quality for that grape.

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Monterey AVA

The Monterey AVA (American Viticultural Area), a designated California wine grape-growing region, encompasses nearly 46,000 acres of vineyards along 90-miles of the Salinas Valley.

This sizable and climatically diverse region is defined by morning fog, strong winds, cool temperatures and abundant sunshine. The cooling effect of the chilly marine air allows grapes to ripen more slowly and evenly, leading to exceptional wines that exhibit intense fruit flavors, deep color extraction, and full varietal expression.

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