North of Ukiah, a rare white deer herd wanders through the hills near the southwest facing foothill vineyard that grew this Cabernet Sauvignon. This full-flavored wine shows the intensity of its red soil roots. It is ripe and plumy, with intriguing notes of anise and brown spice, and the structure to age five years or more from the vintage.
Herds of deer range the hills forming the Ukiah Valley. Two Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards on opposing hillsides of the valley come together, balancing each other to create a harmoniously flavorful wine. This wine is the unique expression of a carefully nurtured piece of land, made manifest in each bottle. We do without conventionalpesticides and synthetic fertilizers, treating the soil as aliving, life-giving system. Our winegrowing practices create special wines, while sustaining our environment, the place where we live, and the people who live here.