Chase Vineyards, Redwood Valley

In a slice of grape-growing heaven called Redwood Valley, just north of Ukiah, you will find Chase Vineyards nestled between oak groves and other multi-generational farms. The Chase family has been growing grapes in the Redwood Valley AVA of Mendocino County since 1947. Lorne Chase and son Garret Chase. Makenzie Blaylock photo. Third-generation farmer Lorne Chase has operated Chase Vineyards… Read the rest

McNab Ridge Winery

McNab Ridge Winery’s tasting room on Highway in Hopland is a comfortable, elegant space in an updated historic building. The newly redecorated tasting room also includes a dog-friendly back patio with firepit. Here you can sample various Mendocino County-grown and produced wines, from the McNab Ridge Family Reserve to “Fun Bunch” favorites like Zinzilla. If you’re lucky, you’ll meet a… Read the rest

Nelson Family Vineyards

Happy Holidays from your friends at Mendocino Winegrowers!  We wish you and your family a wonderful season, with good times and good wine. We are farmers, winemakers, and artists — free thinkers who value our land, our people, and our independent lifestyle. Welcome to Mendocino County! Tasting Room Manager Sharon Loupy. Lark Coryell photo. 550 Nelson Ranch Rd, Ukiah, CA… Read the rest
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Featured Member: Brashley Vineyards

Brashley Vineyards is a family-owned winery and tasting room located in the heart of Anderson Valley in Philo, CA. Brashley sources a majority of their grapes from their own 10 acres of Pinot Noir from their Hacienda Sequoia and Bevel Vineyards. They recently opened their newly remodeled tasting room on Highway 128, formerly operated y by Brutocao, and acquired the… Read the rest

Featured Member: Alta Orsa Wines

Hopland’s Alta Orsa is the story of the land, the vision and labor of their small team – led by winemaker Martin Bernal-Hafner. The story is centered on a holistic approach to farming. They practice no-till farming, minimal organic sprays, cover cropping, no tractors between the rows, and no herbicides under the vine. This philosophy preserves the unique sense of… Read the rest

Vineyard Row Weed Management Webinar

A one hour virtual session focused on strategies, techniques, and equipment for vine row weed management.   It’s spring and the battle is on to maintain control of weeds in the vineyard and under your vines.  Join us in discussion with Joseph Brinkely, Director of Organic & Biodynamic Vineyards for Bonterra, and Dave Koball, Director of Viticulture for Noble Vineyard… Read the rest

Economic Summit 2021

Economic Summit 2021 Sponsored by American Ag Credit We have four terrific sessions lined up for you this year. February 4 – 10am Contract Negotiations, Grape Brokers, Land Value Trends & Financing Solutions What’s new in contracts and smoke taint clauses? Ashley Boulton – Attorney from Downey Brand – Grape Contracts and Smoke TaintMike Needham – Turrentine Brokerage – Grape… Read the rest

MWI Annual Meeting 2020

Our 2020 General Membership Meeting wasn’t quite the barn-raising party we are accustomed to hosting, yet we did have fun! The meeting was interactive, and packed with information on our marketing and PR activities. If you want to help MWI MARKET your winery or vineyard, be sure to watch this video of our 2020 General Membership Meeting. Thank you to… Read the rest

Preserving the Zinfandel Legacy of Mendocino County

ZAP September 23, 2020 | By Chris Sawyer What’s true of this whole county is also true of Mendocino County’s Legendary Zinfandel Vineyards, which are largely off the beaten path. It is particularly true with the historic high-elevation sites that are at the Ciapusci, Gianoli, Perli and Zeni ranches off Fish Rock Road, which runs along the windy, timber-laden ridge… Read the rest

Memories of Milla

The Mendocino County wine industry mourns the loss of a true leader, an inspiration, a maverick, a colorful character, and a dear friend. Milla Handley blazed the trail for winemakers in Anderson Valley, and left behind a legacy of innovation and quality, friendship and fun. Gathered here are some wonderful “Memories of Milla” to celebrate the ever-playful and lovable…MILLA! Cheers… Read the rest
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Spring into Mendocino Rose’

There might be no better time to “drink pink” than springtime in Mendocino County! Our wineries are just releasing their fresh 2019 vintage rose’ wines from great Mendocino County grapes. Don’t delay…these delicate beauties won’t last long as supply is limited and now is the time to celebrate springtime with Mendocino rose’!

Bee Hunter

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