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About Our Estate Vineyard

The Mediterranean Estate vineyard was originally planted by the previous owners of the property, who named it Palissandro, in 2006. They chose all Italian varietals, including an Italian clone of Cabernet Sauvignon, as a nod to their Italian heritage.

We have farmed the vineyard since 2016 and replanted half of the Montepulciano block to Charbono in 2019. We farm sustainably, striving to achieve a balance with the natural ecosystem and minimizing use of water and amendments.

Acreage

6.25 acres planted on 14 acres of land. All of our vines are bi-lateral cane pruned. 

Vineyard Elevation and Exposure 

Approximately 2300 feet at highest point, west facing slopes. 

Soil Type

Sandy Loam soils, differentiated from surrounding decomposed granite soils.

Varietals

Pinot Grigio: 1 acre
 
Nebbiolo: 1 acre 
 
Montepulciano: 1 acre 
 
Cabernet Sauvignon: 1.5 acres
 
Charbono: 1 acre
 
Corvina: 0.75 acre

Images From The Estate

Winemaker Taylor harvesting Cabernet Sauvignon at the estate. 

Taylor harvesting Cabernet Sauvignon at Mediterranean Estate Vineyard
Budbreak in the Nebbiolo, usually the first grape to bud each year.

Budbreak at Mediterranean Estate
Springtime at Mediterranean Estate.

Mediterranean Estate Vineyard in Spring
 
Late Winter at Mediterranean Estate.

Spring rain at the estate.
 
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