Our “little” winery, built in the spring of 2010, sits right below our Pappou block of pommard clone pinot noir vines, tucked under the hill. The 2,860 sq. foot, all-steel construction building with crush pad generates its power from solar energy, a true testament to our commitment to sustainability. It also houses our state of the art grape processing equipment and French oak barrels for wine storage in a temperature and climate-controlled environment. In the ultimate, ideal location, the winery allows us to harvest and process our grapes right on site, at our vineyard, and to closely monitor all aspects of the winemaking process from “crush” to bottle. Open to the public by appointment, you may contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an interest in taking a tour. We periodically hold tastings or open houses during holiday weekends, so please visit our blog or Facebook page for updates regarding these public events.
Experience a visit to our winery by reading Jeff Burrow’s blog, FoodWineClick.