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It is undeniable that most of wine quality is decided in vineyards. Therefore, it is critical to select grapes from right vineyards. We are so fortunate that we could work with the growers, who really are passionate and care about the quality of wine.

Bevill Family Vineyard, Russian River Valley

The grapes sourced from Bevill Family Vineyard in Sebastopol, CA, infuse NORIA Sauvignon Blanc with a delightful combination of vibrancy and elegance. Duff Bevill and his team possess a remarkable down-to-earth nature, along with extensive knowledge and experience in the field of viticulture.

Sangiacomo Green Acres Vineyard, Sonoma Coast

Sangiacomo family has been growing grapes in Sonoma for more than 50 years and it has become a trademark for excellence in the industry. Green Acres Vineyard is Sangiacomo’s first vineyard planted in 1969. The vineyard is located 5 minutes from Sonoma downtown and falls under Sonoma Coast as well as Carneros AVA. The vineyard has deep clay soils and receives constant cool winds from San Pablo Bay that naturally regulate vine vigor. This sought-after vineyard produces elegant Chardonnay with intensity and balance.

Sangiacomo Roberts Road Vineyard, Sonoma Coast

Sangiacomo’s Roberts Road vineyard was planted in 1999. It is located in the town of Penngrove and situated in Sonoma Coast AVA. The area was also designated as Petaluma Gap AVA in 2017 due to its unique wine characteristics. The vineyard sits on the valley floor, where fogs stagnate in the morning and keep the vineyard cool. This maritime microclimate and well-drained gravel soil produce voluptuous Pinot Noir with bright fruits and complexity.

Umino Vineyard, Russian River Valley

In 1996, Dave Umino, a third-generation Japanese American, planted Pinot Noir in the picturesque hills of Sebastopol. Umino Vineyard is nestled in one of California’s coolest viticultural regions, offering ideal growing conditions. Its soils predominantly feature Goldridge, a fine-grained sandy loam known for its exceptional drainage capabilities and naturally low vigor, creating an optimal environment for the vines.

Brosseau Vineyard, Chalone

Perched at an impressive elevation of 1800 feet, Brosseau vineyard showcases a remarkable fusion of limestone and decomposed granite. Embracing organic farming practices and meticulous hand-harvesting, the vineyard brings forth the purest expression of its distinctive terroir. Bill Brosseau’s family embarked on their wine-growing journey over 40 years ago, and Bill’s profound passion and reverence for the land contribute a distinctive value to the unmatched quality of NORIA wines.