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Vineyards California Coast

Our Pinot Noir vineyards are grown on the West Sonoma Coast. With its high elevation, proximity to the ocean, and cooler climate, we believe this terrain creates wines that are expressive and elegant.


This site is defined by the giant redwoods, coastal fog, and winds from the Pacific Ocean.

  • Planted in 2002
  • Northwest Corner of King Ridge Road above Fort Ross
  • Organically farmed by Greg Adams
  • Sits 1000 feet in elevation
  • 3.5 miles to the Pacific Ocean
  • Soils - marine sandstone with high concentrations of quartz
  • Clones - Calera & Schoolhouse


Located in the far reaches of the Sonoma Coast in Annapolis. Approximately 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean, this vineyard sits above the fog at 1,600ft and is perched on a small, south-facing bench, capturing consistent, daily sun exposure. West Sonoma Coast AVA

  • Planted in 2005
  • 1,200-1,600 feet in elevation
  • 5 miles to the Pacific Ocean
  • Soils - Goldridge Fine Sandy Loam, Gravelly Hugo Loam
  • Clones - 828 & 115


Located west of the town of Oakville at the base of the Mayacamas Mountains. Part of the historic To-Kalon Vineyard. Farmed Organically by Graeme Macdonald. The vines are head-trained and 47 years old.  

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