Pinot Noir Grapes for Sale

Tanuda Ridge Vineyard is 3400 vines, produces 4-5 tons and is located near Occidental 8 miles from the Pacific Ocean in West Sonoma County’s Sonoma Coast and Russian River Valley AVAs.   Our mission is to produce premium fruit and our grapes have produced a Harvest Fair Gold Medal winner.  The vineyard is farmed sustainably with a California Sustainability Winegrowing Program participation and has a dedicated wildlife habitat for deer, wild turkeys, owls and foxes.  Pinot Noir clones of 115 and Swan are grown on 101-14 and Riparia Gloria rootstock.  Our mission is to produce premium fruit.

Location: Located on Tanuda Ridge, the vineyard varies in elevation 650 t0 700 feet above sea level and is 8 miles from the Pacific Ocean.

Trellis System: Tanuda Ridge Vineyard’s vines are cordon and spur configured with limited spurs and canes to ensure premium fruit.  Vine spacing is 4’ by 7’ and canopy management is handled using a vertical shoot positioning (VSP) trellis system.

 Farming: Our farming approach is to be economically and environmentally sustainable using best management and least invasive practices wherever applicable. . We work with consultants for integrated pest management (IPM) and a professional vineyard manager to identify vineyard needs.

.Soils: The soils are Goldridge and West Sebastopol loam. The soil profile varies across the vineyard with black loam and rocky/clay structures. Based on regular soil, petiole and leaf analysis, amendments are added to the soil as needed.


Contact Information

Name:- Mike Rossman

Phone Number:- 7078741060

Email Address:- [email protected]

Listing Details

  • Vineyard: Tanuda Ridge Vineyard
  • Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
  • Year Planted: 2001
  • Soil Type: Goldridge+Sebastopol Loam
  • Topography: Slight slope and hillside
  • Vineyard Manager/Company: Mike Rossman+Scott Zeller
  • Sample Available: yes
  • AVA: russian river valley
  • Tons: 4-5
  • Clone: 115
  • Spacing:
  • Trellis Type: VSP
  • Vineyard Certification(s):
  • Willing to sell to home winemakers: no