Mendocino County wine is all about our terroir and vineyards. The unique characteristics of each vineyard allow winemakers to make their best wines.
The Testa Italian family has been farming the land since 1912 and established the winery in 2010, which is currently run by 4th 5th and 6th generations.
Theopolis Vineyards is a small lot vineyard and hand-crafted winery located in California’s prestigious Yorkville Highlands of the Anderson Valley.
Wine is our passion… We put the smile of mother nature in every glass.”
Trails's End VineyaTrails's End Vineyard has 1.0 acres of Sauvignon Blanc, o.5 acre of Grenache Blanc, 0.5 acre of Pinot and 1.5 acres of Grenache Noir in Potter Valley.
Certified organic farming, dry-farmed 65-year old Carignane vineyard and 6 acre block of Cabernet Sauvignon in Hopland.
Organically dry farmed by ranching family. Head trained DuPratt and Primitivo on St. George. Pruned and trimmed for quality not quantity.
10 acres of Sauvignon Blanc were planted in 1969 on Saint George root stalk. They were dry farmed and cane pruned on a 2 wire trellis.
Small, family-owned vineyard planted in the 1970s and 1980s to Zinfandel, clone 6.
Bill and Suki Weir own Weir Family Ranch and Vineyards and are not the typical grape growers.
Wentworth Vineyard has 7 acres at 31091 Philo Greenwood Road in Elk. They produce estate-grown cool climate Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Gruner Veltliner.
This sprawling vineyard of gently rolling hills is located in the Deep End of Anderson Valley near Philo, California. It produces pinot noir, pinot gris and riesling grapes.
Burt Williams and Ed Selyem started their winery to craft wines that set the standard for excellence, and to serve their customers personally.