The Rutherford AVA
In the shadow of Mount Saint John, our stretch of land that early settlers dubbed the “Golden Slope”, is defined by the deep rocky soils created by both the nearby Sulphur and Bear Creeks. This property was more than likely originally owned by George Yount after whom the town of Yountville was named and who made it part of his life’s work to sell and usually give away parcels of land to worthy friends and family.
We are situated just South of the famous Inglenook property. To our south, Harlan, Bond, and Futo hug the foot of the Mayacamas Mountains. The famous To Kalon Vineyard in the flats pressed between the Mayacamas Mountain Range and to the west Highway 29 marks our eastern borders.
We are honored to be stewards of this land and continue the great growing traditions of centuries past.