Located in Jack London Village in the charming hamlet of Glen Ellen.
As a small family winery, we only produce around 600 cases per year. What that means for the people who love our wine is that they will only be able to access our vintages directly from us. Among the many reasons for staying small is the ability to keep making wines by fermenting the fruit using only the yeasts that are already in the vineyard. This is the most crucial part of our process and our wine wouldn’t be nearly as unique and delicious if we did it any other way.
Native fermentation is hard. It is risky, often difficult to control, and can yield some unexpected results along the path to making our wines.
Thanks to Rob’s science background and his creativity in the cellar, we always overcome these challenges to make wine that tastes amazing.