Our Vineyards

In Oakley, CA, there are "magnificent old vines that were in my own backyard." That's how Fred Cline describes the 80 to 100-year-odl vines that bear Zinfandel, Carignane, Mourvedre, and other Rhone-style varietals. Fred learned farming and winemaking from his maternal grandfather, Valeriano Jacuzzi, whose farm was also in Oakley. Fred went on to grow these and other varietals on various properties in the Carneros and Sonoma Coast appelations, and in the volcanic soils of Red Bluff.  

Oakley – Ancient Vines

Home to some of the oldest and rariest grapevines in California. Sandy soil, deep roots, and a climate of hot days and cool nights, nurture vines that produce fruit of legendary intensity and flavor.

Carneros – The Estate

Afternoon ocean winds cool warm summer days, creating longer "hang time" for the fruit. This results in more color, intensity and flavor. Shallow clay and loam soils help the vines produce small, tight clusters The estate is planted to Syrah, Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne.

Sonoma Coast – Petaluma Gap

Vineyards in nearby Petaluma feature coastal fog and frequent rainfall, perfect for difficult-to-grow varietals such as Pinot Noir. 

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24737 Arnold Dr, Highway 121
Sonoma, CA 95476
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