A six (6) acre vineyard that pushes the vines to the limit; situated 1800 feet above the town of Boonville, California you’ll find our Romas Vineyard. A sight to be seen from the mountaintop, the vineyard offers a spectacular 360 degree view of Anderson Valley, a unique perspective for overseeing our Pinot Noir grapes throughout the growing season.

Planted exclusively to Pinot Noir in 1992, these low yielding vines are located on an exposed ridge influenced by cold pacific breezes, sustainable farming practices and thorough pruning ensure ideal cluster development. Our dry farming practices in the vineyard provide us with just another reason to be in the vineyard – staying true to our vineyard first approach. One thing we have be able to count on is our Romas Vineyard consistently yielding highly aromatic, elegant and age worthy Pinot Noir.


The Mendocino AVA (American Viticultural Area) is located in Mendocino County, California and is home to 11 unique smaller AVAs which are highlighted throughout the rolling hills and slopes the rugged region. The Mendocino AVA is known for its Mediterranean climate with the county as a whole covering a quarter million acres. The cooler climate in the Anderson Valley is widely known for its cultivation of Pinot Noir.


The Anderson Valley AVA (American Viticultural Area) is located in Mendocino County, California and has come to rank with the top Pinot Noir regions in North America. Quality is no stranger to this region as the terroir produces soft yet powerful Pinots. Shortly after becoming a recognized AVA in 1983, the region quickly became established and now predominantly well-known for its Pinot Noir production.

Located just a short distance of approximately 10 to 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the AVA is prone to wide diurnal temperature variation of between 40 to 50 °F, this enables Pinot Noir growers to keep acid development in line with sugar and flavor formation through long, warm Indian summers.