Pescadero Creek Vineyard lies on the southwest slope of a 110-acre ranch in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Five miles from the sea and straddling the fog line, warm days and cool nights yield small berries with deep color, and intense concentrated flavors. Our family strives to produce a true Burgundian style Pinot Noir in California, lavishing attention upon two acres and 5500 vines to express these ambitions. The vineyard is planted in the highest quality, lowest yield Burgundian clones matched to the American root stock most complimentary to the unique growing conditions of the Pescadero Creek micro climate. The first half-acre of vines were planted in 2001. Based on promising early returns, a second half-acre was planted in 2003. A final acre was planted in 2008.