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Six decades of farming our legacy vineyards in Alexander Valley, Sonoma County has given us an inherent understanding of what we are able to achieve from the soils below and the climate above. With synergy, you have everything. Today we farm in two world-class appellations.

Golden Fleece Vineyard

Golden Fleece Vineyard

Anderson Valley, Mendocino County

A vineyard we acquired and replanted in 2015. A cool climate appellation comprised of soils unique from our home ranch in Alexander Valley, Sonoma County. The site is southwest facing with elevations from 850-1000 feet. The Wolfey/Bearwallow/Casabonne series subsoil's offer grand depth and texture allowing layered complexity and depth to our wines. Phenolic texture and weight is prolific in the wines all site driven.

Today we grow three illustrious heritage clones of Pinot Noir including Calera, 115 and 667 on five hillside acres. Grown with strict methods of organic and regenerative farming adhering to practices defined by the health of the land since 2015.

Garden Creek Vineyards

Alexander Valley, Sonoma County

Land we acquired in 1963 and of the first farmers in the hillsides of Alexander Valley to seriously begin winegrowing 30-acres of Cabernet Sauvignon on our home ranch of 100-acres in 1969. In 1970, the second serious planting with Chardonnay of 22 acres and 16 acres of Merlot. In 1984, our family together with other neighbors sought the federal designation of the Alexander Valley Appellation.

Today we winegrow over 85 acres. Our vineyards are considered heritage old vines. Grown with strict methods of organic and regenerative farming adhering to practices defined by the health of the land since 1994. Extensive soil variations of twelve soils types. Many would say greater in variation than Bordeaux. 

Peachland Ridge Ranch

Anderson Valley, Mendocino County

Land we acquired in 2005. A one-hundred-sixty-acre rugged parcel on the eastern ridge in Anderson Valley at 2,200 feet elevation off of Peachland Road. This high elevation allows an inversion with longer sunlight hours and smaller diurnal shifts. The soils consist of Bearwallow/Wolfey series subsoils consist throughout the land. A nine-mile unpaved road into the mountains. Anticipation of a new vineyard to be planted in 2025. A new frontier with a vineyard in the sky.