Rich cultural Heritage and Earth-friendly practices
Our family vineyards have a fascinating history that dates back to the 1800s when they were Spanish cattle ranches. These vast lands, once populated by cattle, have since become flourishing vineyards. Today, our neighbors continue the tradition of raising cattle, creating a wonderful symbiotic relationship with our agricultural practices. They gratefully accept our abundant harvest to feed their livestock and, in return, supply us with the finest natural fertilizer directly from Mother Nature.
This exchange strengthens our community bonds and highlights our shared dedication to preserving nature. We deeply value the land and its resources, and as custodians of our cultural heritage, we prioritize eco-friendly methods to cultivate our vineyards. Together, we create a tapestry of tradition, sustainability, and respect for our surroundings. This enduring bond is rooted in our intertwined histories and profound reverence for the land that sustains us all.
California State Fair Wine Competition 2016
Los Angeles International Wine Competition