Reis Vineyard is set atop a ridge 9 miles from the Pacific Ocean. One side of the vineyard faces East and the other side has a West aspect. This allows for a balance of acidity and ripeness in the grapes. The Chardonnay grown in this vineyard reaches its highest potential, thanks to its unique microclimate, soil, and sun exposure.
Straddling a naturally sculpted ridgetop above the fog line, just ten miles from the Pacific Ocean, Wiley Vineyard is situated in the famed “Deep End”—the relatively cool, westernmost portion of Anderson Valley. Resting at an elevation of 525 feet, this historic vineyard has a gentle slope, a Southeastern aspect and shallow Franciscan soil. Our Pinot Noir is blended from 20 acres of vines planted to clones 37, 115, 538, 667, 777 and Pommard, planted in 1982. This complexity in the vineyard contributes to the finished wine's intriguing spice notes and savory character. Encircled by ridges sprinkled with conifers, this former homestead exemplifies the sublime beauty of Anderson Valley.
Signal Ridge Vineyard is one of the highest elevation plantings in California at 2,642 feet and is sited in the Mendocino Ridge AVA where there are only 239 acres planted. This unique, elevation-demarcated appellation features vineyards that are positioned on exposed mountaintops above the fog line.
Valley Foothills is a sprawling vineyard located on south-facing slopes in the heart of Anderson Valley. This family-owned site is planted to cane-pruned and meticulously farmed Chardonnay that yields exceptional fruit and produces wines that are aromatic, with intense fruit flavors, balanced acidity, a relatively viscous mouthfeel, and good length.