Dutton Ranch
Vineyards

Green Valley of the
Russian River Valley

Manzana ~ Thomas Road

The Dutton family is one of the founding farming families of Sonoma County, dating back to the 1880s, when Warren Dutton first farmed prunes, later farming apples and other fruits before planting winegrapes in the mid 1960’s.  The MacPhail Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir is sourced from two of the family’s younger sustainably farmed vineyards.

Manzana Vineyard

24 acres, planted 2000 – 2002
Elevation: 204.6 feet above sea level
Six distinct clones, including 828, 777, 115 on 101-14 rootstock
5 x 8 spacing on rows North by South
VSP Caned Trellis
Eastern Aspect (91.23º)
Average Growing Season Temperature 77.6º ~ 47.9º
Average Annual Rainfall: 44.49”
Growing Season Average Rainfall: 6.67”
Blucher, Goldridge Fine Sandy Loam soil

Thomas Road Vineyard

16.5 acres, planted 1997-1998
Elevation: 170.25 feet above sea level
Clone 115 on 101-14 rootstock
5 x 9 spacing on rows North by South
VSP & Quad Trellis
Eastern Aspect (93.19º)
Average Growing Season Temperature: 78.1º ~ 47.8º
Average Annual Rainfall: 42.17”
Growing Season Average Rainfall: 6.3”
Sebastopol Clay Loam soil, Goulding Cobbly Clay Loam

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