Our family began farming in Northern California in the 1870s. It wasn’t until 1968 that we planted Twenty Acres of wine grapes, quickly realizing our land’s true potential. Since then each harvest has provided much to our family, which is why we remain committed to sustainable farming practices.
Our Cabernet and Chardonnay are crafted to capture the essence of Clarksburg, the special place our family has called home for six generations.
Growing wine sustainably isn’t always the easy way, but it is the only way to ensure we leave the land better than how it was left to us.
As our vineyards expanded, so did our commitment to making premium, handcrafted wines. Today, we are sixth generation farmers and third generation grape growers looking to the future. But we never forget our family’s humble start in grape growing – a story that began with Twenty Acres.