An hour north of the Golden Gate lies a spectacular historic vineyard known only to a few. You won’t see any signs for it as you pass through the town of Sonoma. Many locals aren’t even aware it’s here. But high above the valley floor, it’s been quietly going about its business for over 125 years.
Shaped by volcanic forces millions of years ago, Moon Mountain Vineyard sprawls across the western slope of the Mayacamas Mountain range. Layers of iron-rich basalt and volcanic ash undulate throughout the property’s nearly 300 acres. Low-yielding organic vineyard blocks are carved out of the most exposed parcels high above the fog line, with some rising to nearly 2,000 feet in elevation.
Repris wines are made in miniscule lots and most are allocated directly to our members. Visits are arranged daily by appointment.