Wineries in Mendocino County
Popular Wineries in Mendocino County
Welcome to Lolonis Winery! For over 20 years our family has been producing handcrafted, organically grown wines that epitomize Redwood Valley style...
Greenwood Ridge Vineyards
Since 1980, Greenwood Ridge Vineyards has developed a reputation for producing award-winning estate bottled Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon,...
Claudia Springs Winery
Claudia Springs Winery was founded in 1989 by Bob and Claudia Klindt in the picturesque Anderson Valley of Mendocino County, California. The Ander...
Tom Johnson Managing Partner A member of the fourth generation of his family to farm in Mendocino County, Tom bought a tired vineyard in Redwood V...
Founded in 1982, Roederer Estate winery is nestled in Mendocino County's cool, fog-shrouded Anderson Valley. As the California outpost of Champ...
The real impetus for Fulcrum Wines is to produce California Pinot Noirs that are in balance for critical consumers that believe as we do, that more...
Owned by Dan and Vicki Dooling, Mariah Vineyards is on the short list of the best Zin vines in the state. The Doolings take a passionate approach t...
Located in beautiful downtown Newark on the Northwest side of the courthouse square, Buckeye Winery produces and offers more than 30 wines from vin...
Golden Vineyards is the gorgeous byproduct of two individuals who, when spliced together, make for one very passionate winegrower. Let’s start wit...
McFadden Vineyard has been family owned and operated since 1970 in Potter Valley, where Guinness McFadden has been farming organically for 40 years...
"Producers have turned The Valley’s pristine cool climate grapes into honest wines. Sophisticated farming and winemaking techniques and recently de...
Lazy Creek Vineyards
Lazy Creek Vineyards is named for the meandering creek that runs through the 95-acre ranch located four miles west of Philo in Anderson Valley. A ...
Naughty Boy Vineyard
Located in a lush and isolated valley, Naughty Boy Vineyards is a 6 acre vineyard where the entire world supply of Naughty Boy wines originates. ...
Elke Vineyards is comprised of about 80 acres at Donnelly Creek in Anderson Valley, and about 18 acres in Napa Valley in the Tulocay District. T...
Welcome to Navarro Vineyards. Our family has been growing grapes, making wine and producing non-alcoholic grape juices in the Anderson Valley in co...
We are located in Mendocino County, 100 miles north of San Francisco. Our tasting room is on Highway 128, a picturesque road that winds past vineya...
We are located approximately 120 miles north of San Francisco, in the southwestern corner of California's Mendocino County. The blanket of fog that...
Redwood Valley covers about 35 square miles and its wineries and vineyards produce premium to ultra premium varietal wines distributed around the w...
Deb’s winemaking philosophy is to take the highest quality grapes and allow them to express their full potential by applying low-impact, hands-on w...
Jim Ball Vineyards
The idea for Jim Ball Vineyards began over 27 years ago. Traveling the West Coast for the first time, I fell in love with Northern California, its ...
Mark Moretti Winery
Mark Moretti Founder, Proprietor Mark launched the winery in 2006 after his earlier winemaking hobby earned him awards in the California State Fai...
Our estate vineyard experiences cool foggy nights and bright sunny days, the perfect climate for the 12 acres of Pinot Noir, 13 acres of Chardonnay...
- Neese Vineyards
- William Roam
- Mick Fleetwood Private Cellar
- Saudade Wines
- Chance Creek
- Demuth Winery
- Christine Woods Vineyards
- Oak Arbor
- Bel Arbor Vineyards
- Garden Row
- Le Vin
- Gryphon Wines
- Pacific Echo
- Anthill Farms Winery
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