Boulder Bluff Vineyard
It may be our smallest estate vineyard at only 9.91 acres, but Boulder Bluff is the most difficult to farm. Its elevation ranges from 485 to 625 feet, and sits on a steep, south-facing hill. The volcanic soil is inhabited with large boulders that warm the roots of our Pinot noir and Chardonnay vines, but can also tip a tractor over if you’re not careful. First planted in 2003, Boulder Bluff is one of our youngest vineyards, but sits just steps away from our oldest site, Quarter Mile Lane.