Mendocino County wine is all about our terroir and vineyards. The unique characteristics of each vineyard allow winemakers to make their best wines.
The Long Meadow Ranch Anderson Valley Estate has 69 acres planted to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.
Lost Creek Vineyards has 8 Acres Pinot Noir Only. 5 Acres Pommard 4 and 5 Clones w/ some Dijon 114, 115 3 Acres Dijon 667, 777, Clones.
The northern half of Anderson Valley – what locals call The Deep End – is typically shrouded in a thick fog that rolls in from the nearby Mendocino coastline. Here, our Maggy Hawk Vineyard, Skycrest Vineyard and Edmeades Vineyard are tucked away among the valley’s rolling hillsides, surrounded by redwoods.
High in the coastal mountains of Mendocino County, Mariah Vineyards sits on a mountaintop above the fog from the nearby Pacific beyond and below.
Founders Ben and Jake Fetzer launched Masút Vineyard & Winery with a focus to produce estate Pinot Noir.
Estate-grown, family-owned and organic since 1970.
McNab Ridge Winery now combines the pioneering winemaking spirit of John Parducci with the new tradition and vitality of Rich Parducci.
The Navarro family has been growing grapes, making delicious award-winning wine and producing non-alcoholic grape juices.
For over 60 years the Nelson family has been farming vineyards and attracting people every year to the beautiful region of Hopland.
In 1999, Greg and Barbara Hill bought a small ranch from the Pinoli family in the heart of Anderson Valley’s “golden mile” of wineries to make memorable pinot noir.
The Old Chatham Ranch vineyard was planted in the spring of 2001 with 15 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon on top of a rugged ridge at 1920' elevation.
Valley Foothills is located in the heart of the Anderson Valley, owned by Gil Ordway. They specialize in chardonnay, pinot noir, pinot gris and riesling.
The Pacini Family planted this vineyard circa 1940 on the western foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains in Mendocino County.