Our winemaking philosophy and resulting wines reflect our appreciation for the terroir unique to each vineyard. Thus, do we use winemaking techniques which deliciously enhance the characteristics of the vineyard while not overpowering or masking the essence of the fruit.

photo of Hyde VineyardsHyde Vineyards

Located in the Carneros AVA of Napa Valley, this superb vineyard has a low elevation and a relatively even climate influenced by morning fog from the nearby bay.

Current Releases

2002 Pinot Noir
2001 Pinot Noir
2000 Pinot Noir

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Hirsch Vineyards

Located approximately 1600 feet above sea level on the ridges of the Sonoma Coast AVA, this vineyard has a more erratic climate than Hyde and widely varying soils.

Current Releases – check for availability

2001 Pinot Noir
2000 Pinot Noir

 

photo of Demuth VineyardsDemuth Vineyards

Located in the Anderson Valley of Mendocino County. The vineyard sits at 1600 feet on a south facing ridge above Anderson Valley.

Current Releases

2009 Pinot Noir
2007 Pinot Noir

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2001 Pinot Noir

 

 
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Wiley Vineyards

Located just 10 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the vines for this Pinot Noir were planted in 1982, on both southwest and northwest facing gentle slopes, and include fruit from the the Pommard #5 and Martin Ray, sometimes called “Romanee Conti,” #37 clones. Soil is former upland pasture, dense sandy loam and fractured sandstone from the Franciscan Formation.

Current Releases

2012 Pinot Noir

 

Light Vineyards

photo of Elk Prairie VineyardsElk Prairie Vineyards

Located locally in Humboldt County with a unique climate, applied dry farming practices, and excellent quality of fruit.

Current Releases

2009 Pinot Noir