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Russian River Valley – Zinfandel (Laguna Road)
2-3 tons from 1.2 acres (professionally managed, 11 yr. old vines). Ready early October – you check brix and pick. (must pick clean) Or, approx 700 lbs available from 0.2 acre parcel. $2000 per ton or $2500 if we pick and deliver
80% Zinfandel, 10% Petite Syrah, 10% Carignan
This is a 7 year old, 500 vine hobby vineyard at 437 Cayetano Ct. Windsor CA 95492 (Russian River appellation close to Chalk Hill) operated by Mike Hoesly 707-494-5918, producing about 1 ton. In 2016 & 2017 the grapes were sold to Hans Fahden Vineyard. The 2016 vintage is “amazing” according to winemaker, David Sundberg. […]
Dry Creek Zinfandel, 2nd crop
Small 3ac hillside vineyard in West Dry Creek producing about 3-4T annually. We have sold exclusively to Passalacqua for 12 years and they have already harvested. We have ~1T second crop ready 9/20-22 for anyone interested and able to harvest themselves. Price negotiable. Would rather someone take it than let it dry out. “Deaver” clone.
Vintners rally to preserve Russian River Valley’s historic Zinfandel vineyards
Mike Officer had seen this story before, and he knew how it usually ended. Some old Zinfandel vines were about to be ripped out. These weren’t just any Zinfandel vines. This was Papera Ranch, a historic vineyard planted in 1934 at the corner of Santa Rosa’s Piner and Olivet roads.
Russian River Valley Zinfandel
Old-style vineyard about 1/2 mile north of Piner Road and west of Fulton Road on Alton Lane, head-pruned with vertical cordon for light and air. Heritage budwood grafted over from the Vera Gold Vineyard (which was located across the lane) c. 1995. Farmed for our own production at Ancient Oak Cellars. Our first vintage with […]
Off The Vine: March 7, 2017
This week the Sonoma County Winegrowers invited The Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley into the studio to discuss what’s new in their AVA, including their 28th Annual Passport to Dry Creek Valley. Joining Karissa on the show was Ann Petersen, Executive Director of Winegrowres of Dry Creek Valley, Vicky Farrow of Amista Vineyards, and Glenn Proctor of Puccioni Vineyards. Hear […]
Sonoma County Winegrowers Launch An Expanded Vineyard Adventures Program To Showcase Sustainable Vineyard Practices
Free Self-Guided Vineyard Walks Allow Up Close and Personal Access to Sustainable Vineyards SONOMA COUNTY, CA, August 16, 2016 – Just in time for the 2016 harvest season, Sonoma County Winegrowers today announced the launch of an expanded Sonoma County Vineyard Adventures, a program designed to help wine lovers get an insider’s view of Sonoma […]
Sonoma County’s Vineyards Reach Halfway Mark Towards Becoming 100% Sustainable by 2019
Santa Rosa, Calif.—Sonoma County Winegrowers announced today that more than half of all vineyard acres in Sonoma County have completed a sustainability self-assessment after just 15 months since the organization announced its bold commitment to become the nation’s first 100% sustainable wine region by 2019. This early success exceeds expectations indicating the strong commitment by […]
Press Democrat: Vineyard Expansion Levels off On North Coast
Ending five straight years of expansion, new vineyard development leveled off on the North Coast in 2014 as growers turned their attention to replanting existing vineyards. Figures released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture showed there were 132,004 acres of vineyards in Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino and Lake counties in 2014, a decline of 0.5 […]