Bella Vigna, Lodi
Located on a gentle slope in the Borden Ranch A.V.A, this vineyard is planted between the Mokelumne and Consumes Rivers. Soils consist mostly of sandy loam and the Coyote Creek soil series. The Vermentino clusters are generally small, loose, and prone to even ripening.
Chileno Valley Vineyard, Marin County
Located in the Petaluma Gap A.V.A., Chileno Valley Vineyard is influenced by two bodies of water: the Pacific Ocean along Marin County’s west coast, and the San Pablo Bay to the south. The soil profile is one of eroded sandstone and swatches of the Steinbeck soil series.
Muhlner Steps, St. Helena
Carved like a staircase out of the hillsides east of St. Helena lies the Muhlner Steps vineyard. Planted in 1999, the 12 acre, west-facing vineyard is owned and farmed by John and Jennifer Muhlner.
Kenefick Ranch, Calistoga
This historic and highly expressive site is located on the Silverado Trail, in the heart of the Calistoga A.V.A. Planted on world-class volcanic soils, Kenefick Ranch has developed a reputation amongst winemakers for site-specific farming and amazing quality of fruit.