Mokelumne River, Lodi

Grapes in sunlight

Photo courtesy of Randy Caparoso

Our kerner is grown on the Mokelumne Glen Vineyard, which is on the east-side of Lodi’s Mokelumne River AVA. The vineyard was planted in 1998 on sandy loam soil and runs alongside the Mokelumne River.



Russian River Valley, Sonoma County

Russian River Valley Syrah vines.
The syrah for our rosé comes from a vineyard in the heart of the Russian River Valley. The soil is Huichica clay-loam atop clay subsoil. The vineyard was planted in 1998 and is meticulously farmed by Lee Martinelli, Jr.


sauvignon blanc

High Valley, Lake County

Brassfield Sauvignon Blanc Vineyard
Our sauvignon blanc comes from a unique east-west transverse valley at 1760-1800 feet in elevation. The soils are gravelly-sandy loam soils of the Wolf Creek, Lipoyama and Manzanita series. It is one of the coolest microclimates in Lake County, allowing for prolonged hang-time and excellent acidity.