ABOUT US

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Pine Mountain-Cloverdale Peak Appellation comprises the northern flank of the Mayacamas Mountain Range that separates the Napa and Sonoma wine growing regions. It rises 3,000 feet above the Alexander Valley floor, and has been home to viticulture since its earliest settlement in the mid-1800s.

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AVA Established November 2011

Elevation

  • 1,600 to 3,000 Feet

Total Acres / Planted Acres

  • 4,750 total / 270 planted acres

Varietals

  • Cabernet Sauvignon 71%

  • Merlot 7%

  • Malbec 4%

  • Sauvignon Blanc 6%

  • Chardonnay 3%

  • 10 other, mostly red varietals 9%

 

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THE PEOPLE

Pine Mountain-Cloverdale Peak Winegrowers Association members employ and share best practices and next practices in sustainable, organic and bio-dynamic farming methods that produce luxury, artisan and cult wines from high-elevation Pine Mountain AVA fruit.