Saddling Sonoma County and Napa Valley to the South, the Carneros growing region in California has been producing outstanding Pinot Noir and Chardonnay for over a century. Heavily influenced by cool breezes and fog from San Pablo Bay, this growing region with cool foggy mornings, warm days, and cool evenings allow the grapes to maintain longer “hang time” on the vines for extended flavor development before harvest.
These “cool climate” grapes are crafted into bright and crisp wines that are reflected in our Carneros Highway Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. We feel honored to have such a strong relationship with our vineyard partners in the area who have been farming there for over a century.
It’s springtime in Sonoma and we’re celebrating the rebirth of the growing season with a special price on our Carneros Highway Pinot Noir so you can see for yourself that this cool growing region will find a special place in your heart (and your dinner table) like it does in ours. Enjoy!