The 40-acre ranch in the Adelaida Hills west of Paso Robles has an elevation range from 1200 to 1600 feet and is about 7 miles from the Pacific Ocean. The Chardonnay is planted at the highest elevation on the property. Because of the steep mountainsides, some parts of this vineyard are terraced to accommodate tractor work. The lean, calcareous, rocky limestone soils along with the afternoon ocean influence make this an ideal location to grow grapes for our Burgundian style Chardonnay. The Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot Cabernet Franc and Syrah are planted at an elevation of 1200 feet. This lower area on the property has a slightly warmer microclimate allowing these varieties to ripen fully. The limestone soils continue to keep yields low producing wines of rich, complex flavors. A portion of our Zinfandel vines are dry-farmed and head pruned. We receive highly concentrated wines from this low yielding style of farming. We offer educational tours demonstrating our farming and winemaking techniques,

1953 Niderer Road

Paso Robles, CA

Thurs.-Mon. 11am-5pm
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