Mendocino County wine is all about our terroir and vineyards. The unique characteristics of each vineyard allow winemakers to make their best wines.
The Albertina vineyard is on the north side of the mountain slope, offering a unique terroir and microclimate with warm days and cool nights.
On the hilly 6,000-acre Alder Springs Ranch in far northern Mendocino County, Stuart Bewley has been growing outstanding wine grapes since 1993.
Artevino Maple Creek Winery has 18 acres of estate varietals including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Flora and Symphony.
Family owned and farmed since 1955, all Barra of Mendocino wines are made from 100% estate grown, certified organic grapes.
Bee Hunter's mission is to produce world class wines from neighborhood secret gardens that tastes like a masterpiece of flavor.
Bergin-Sipila Vineyards is invested in producing top quaily wine from organically-grown grapes. Their wine grapes are fermented on their own native yeasts.
Brashley vineyards is family owned and operated, with two generations of women joining together to craft unique wines from some of the greatest wine regions on Earth.
Briceland Vineyards is a small family owned winery offering distinctive, site driven wines made from locally grown grapes.
Brutocao Cellars is a 4th generation family owned and operated winery producing hand crafted, award winning wines in southern Mendocino County.
Since its founding in 1973 by Jack and Dolores, Cakebread Cellars has been famous for its warm, gracious hospitality and unmatched wines.
Campovida is a small family, farm and winery with big dreams. They are obsessed with all things rooted in real and stewarding our shared planet.
The Pacini Family planted this vineyard circa 1940 on the western foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains in Mendocino County.
Cabernet sauvignon vineyard 3 miles west of Hopland (at foot of Duncan Peak). Very gently sloping terrain with full sun exposure.
Perfectly situated with a southwest exposure, Chance Creek Vineyards are rooted in the rocky benchlands of Redwood Valley.
Founded in 1999, Copain, meaning ‘friend’ or ‘buddy’ in French, embodies our philosophy that wine enhances life’s most joyous occasions, and is an experience best shared with friends and family. Sourced from cool climate vineyards in Mendocino County, the Anderson Valley and the Sonoma Coast.
Four Pinot noir clones, 114,115,777 and Pommard are cane-pruned on 5' X 8' spacing and a moderate vigor rootstock.