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from vine to wine, we let the land shine through
Our small, hand-tended vineyard is nestled on the southwest hillside of the Mayacamas Mountains in the Moon Mountain AVA, Sonoma, CA. At Manzanita Grove Vinyard, we are committed to using organic, regenerative agricultural practices in caring for our vines, orchard, and garden. Surrounded by a manzanita grove, as well as oak and olive trees, the Mayacamas Mountains provide a stunning location for producing our quality wines.
We grow Sangiovese & Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. our Sangiovese vines were planted in the traditional Italian head-pruned style in 1998 and our family took ownership in 2011. Hal & I were engaged while touring Tuscanny and fell in love with this land and the old Sangiovese vines that reminded us of that trip. We have also planted Clone 7 Cabernet Sauvignon grapes since 2019. We immediately decided we wanted to have an organic farm as our sons Samuel and Jacob were 3 and 5 years old when we took ownership. They have been involved in planting, harvest, press, and bottling and we all enjoy harvest the most. We believe our family involvement in every stage of growth, all the way through production allows us to deliver the best wine that our vines have to offer. Total production, 150 cases.
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Psychotherapist and nature-lover, Carol has been managing the vineyard and overseeing the wine production since 2011.