With classic Sonoma Valley soil and exposure, our 22 acres of sustainably farmed estate vineyards, with their long and distinguished history, are in the perfect spot to produce exceptional Sonoma Valley wines. Warm and sunny in the afternoons, but with just enough morning fog and afternoon breeze from the bay to keep the heat in check, we are fortunate to have the right raw materials with which to craft complex yet approachable wines. We focus on varieties that thrive in this location, including Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Follow our seasonal blog posts on the winemaking page for more information about what’s going on in our vineyards – from pruning to budbreak to harvest.
Our vineyards are owned by the Frank H. Bartholomew Foundation, which operates and manages Bartholomew Park, a beautiful green oasis located just northeast of the town of Sonoma, CA, just one mile form the historic Sonoma Plaza. For more information about the park itself, please click the on the link below.