Gravity Hills

2350 MCNAB RANCH RD
UKIAH, CA 93446
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GRAVITY HILLS wines are made by a small group of friends who have worked together in the wine business for over ten years. While we appreciate that we will never succeed in making a wine for all palates, we have worked with each other and with grapes long enough to know what WE love, why we're pursuing it, and how to laugh at ourselves while balancing gravity and levity in our lives and work. The Gravity Hills project is a culmination of our individual strengths, and a deep love for making high-quality, personality-filled, AFFORDABLE wine. So if you've tried Gravity Hills and liked it, we'd love to hear from you. Tell us what YOU love, how you pursue it, and how Gravity Hills may have enhanced that pursuit. – Description from Alejandro

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  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Chenin Blanc

    History of the grape: Modern day French oenologist Pierre Galet states Chenin Blanc has been in France at least since...

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  • Friuli (or more properly Friuli Venezia Giulia) lies in Italy’s northeastern corner. Protected from the northern winds by the Austrian and Slovenian Alps, Friuli’s climate is tempered by the Adriatic. The winemakers of this area have a reputation of being forward thinking and producing excellent white wines -- reds account for just under 40%. Tr... Read More

    From the article For the Love of Friuli Wine


  • This might be a stretch, but when you're retired, almost everything goes.  I think it would be grand for folks to come up with an above average wine for Wednesdays, which some of us - those still working for a living - call 'hump day'.  Something beyond an everyday Weekday Wine, yet still below the threshold of a truly Weekend Wine.  Since tomor... Read More

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  • I'm headed out west on my first trip of the year. First stop is three days worth of wineries in Santa Cruz, recommendations sought for the best dining options in San Jose and Santa Cruz. No need to fancy, just someone doing something awesome or unusual with great ingredients.Then it's on to SF for a party with Kettle Chips and some fun beer and ... Read More

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  • As many of you know, vellovino has a blog that combines cycling and wine.  And I happen to think the best way to see any wine country is on a bike--whether that takes one day or many.  So we're teaming up to cover the wine territory of the Spanish Vuelta, probably the third most important stage race in cycling.  (TdF and Giro d'Italia being the ... Read More

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  • How does one put together a world-class winery in the rugged hills of Oregon? Well, if you’re Ken and Grace Evenstad, you find an absolutely stunning estate in 1989 that has just been logged and realize that this southernmost hilltop in the Red Hills of Dundee is one of the most remarkable in all of Oregon. (And judging by the neighbors, it look... Read More

    From the article Domaine Serene


  • I've just returned from the International Malbec Days in Cahors, a festival meant to elevate the profile of "original" Malbec, and offer insight into the relationship between old world and new world expressions of the varietal.I'll be writing more about both the trip and the region, but for now, I wanted to offer highlights. I had limited exposu... Read More

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  • Gravity 2007

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    2007 Gravity: LIMITED The name Gravity comes from the magnitude and enormity of this wine. This has 40% Syrah, and 60% Cab from the same vineyard in Horse Heaven Hills. You will find strong flavors of blackberry as well as nice tannins for structure Read More

    Wine review by plazawine


  • Some discussion of clones may shed light on the New World expression of Pinot Noir. I have long believed that clones explain a great deal of the diversity found in the many wines made from this globe-hopping noble grape. Terroir, vineyard maintenance and climate do not seem to fully explain the differences - at least, not to my satisfaction. ... Read More

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  • I have decided to learn about wines specifically because I was tired of going to restaurants and just picking "whatever everyone else picked". My brother, who had been a bartender for over 15 years told me to figure out what grape I liked and then sent me a video y John Cleese called "Wine for the Confused". :) After watching that video, I le... Read More

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  • Gravity Hills Syrah Paso Robles Killer Climb 2003

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    Wine review by nedwardwine


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