The Vineyards sit on deep, well-drained soil, made from the ancient build-up of weathered calcareous, sandstone and shale. Soil types include Nacimiento silty clay loam and Rincon clay loam. The valley leads straight to the ocean forming the perfect convection for Mediterranean varietals.
The vineyard sits on the west side of Willow Creek road, surrounded by old oaks and Sheepcamp Creek. The morning fog creeps into the swale, cooling the start of each hot Paso day.
The vineyard has some of the first plantings of Adelaida district Cabernet Sauvignon, by one of the pioneers of the region. This Old Vine Cabernet Sauvignon is dry farmed and naturally crops around 2.5 tons to the acre.
Your wine club membership includes quarterly allocations 4 bottles. They may be conveniently delivered to your door, or picked up in person. Your membership affords you a 20% discount on all wine.
For information on private tastings, shoot us a note. We'll get right back to you.
729 13th St, Paso Robles, California 93446, United States
Or by appointment