Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir
The Flyer Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Gap’s Crown Vineyard Chardonnay
Lakeview Vineyard Pinot Noir
Mardikian Estate Pinot Noir
Pratt Vineyard Pinot Noir
Pratt Vineyard, Vine Hill Road Chardonnay
Sundawg Ridge Pinot Noir
Toulouse Vineyard Pinot Noir
Wightman House Pinot Noir
Wildcat Vineyard Pinot Noir
Dutton Ranch Vineyards
Gap’s Crown Vineyard
Sangiacomo Roberts Road Vineyard
Sundawg Ridge Vineyard
Vine Hill Vineyard
Wightman House Vineyard
Open: Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 5pm
Closed: Monday and Tuesday
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6761 McKinley Street
Sebastopol, CA 94572
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Artisan Cheese Plate
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Yes, MacPhail does have a wine club. We like to think of it as a society of like-minded Pinot Noir fans (who like Chardonnay too). Confirmed access to MacPhail wines, including the Mardikian Estate Pinot Noir, pretty much fills our wine wagon, but there’s much more to your membership.
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Russian River Valley
This vineyard is located at the base of Sonoma Mountain at the far northern edge of the Petaluma Gap, next to the Gap’s Crown vineyard. The land was originally planted to hay and corn, and is adjacent to where the Crane family developed the highly sought-after Crane Melons.
Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are planted in 130 acres, with the first plantings established in 1999.
The growing season is long, and the vineyard stays in fog until mid-day and is always among the final vineyards to be harvested each growing season. The vineyard is highly unusual in that it enjoys being part of 2 watersheds. Bordered by Copeland Creek on the north, the soil is very well drained with silty gravel. The southern end of the property drains to San Pablo Bay, while the northern section drains to the Russian River. There are 14 different clone and rootstock combinations planted.