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Located in the northeast area of the Russian River Valley AVA, the Chalk Hill sub-appelation, is one of Sonoma County’s most esteemed winegrape growing areas. The 1400 acre area has only 4 wineries, and is defined by a warmer temperature and volcanic soil. The chalky white ash seen throughout is how the name was derived.

The Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley is a one-time offering and not to be missed. The Sonoma Attwood Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon and Chaulk Hill Cabernet Sauvignon will make the finest of all wines.

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Merlot Geyserville Grapes Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma Attwood Ranch Grapes Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Grapes
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Merlot Geyserville Grapes Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma Attwood Ranch Grapes Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Grapes
Geyserville located in the Sonoma growing region east of the Russian River Valley, morning fog and warm days cobined with deep gravelly loam results in superior growing conditions.

Ordering Tips
(2) 36lb Lugs makes 5 Gallons of Wine
(5) 36lb Lugs makes 10 Gallons of Wine



Ordering Tips
(2) 36lb Lugs makes 5 Gallons of Wine
(5) 36lb Lugs makes 10 Gallons of Wine



Ordering Tips
(2) 36lb Lugs makes 5 Gallons of Wine
(5) 36lb Lugs makes 10 Gallons of Wine