Trenton Station Vineyard finds its home on a small hillside parcel along the gently rolling hills of the Russian River Valley. Running north/south along the hillside, the vineyard enjoys northern sun exposure and the cooling summer coastal fog.
Set against a background of stately ancient oaks, Richard and Saralee Kunde chose this 275-acre site for its cool climate, rich fertile valley soil and rolling hills.
Ruxton vineyard produces truly unique site-specific fruit year after year. Planted in 1977 on an old prune orchard at 1000’ elevation, the Ruxton Vineyard enjoys the gentle migration of the coastal fog during the warm summer months.
Established in 1995 and planted to Pinot Noir clones 115, 113 and Beringer in sandy loam soil, the Morelli Lane Vineyard finds its home at a 1000’ elevation and only six short miles from the rugged and cool Sonoma Coast.
Situated just west of Highway 116 on the outskirts of the quaint little gown of Graton, the Goff-Whitton Vineyard was planted in 1999 in what was once a fertile apple orchard. Lined with whimsically tall and elegant eucalyptus trees, this vineyard exudes a majesty and grandeur all its own.