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Napa Valley

Though just 30 miles long and a few miles wide, Napa Valley is home to diverse microclimates and soils uniquely suited to the cultivation of a variety of fine wine grapes. Among the internationally acclaimed wines produced in this small region are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel and Cabernet Franc.

Sonoma County

Sonoma County is not just a special place to grow world-class grapes and make great wines: It's one of the most beautiful and resource-rich places on earth! 60 miles of pristine Pacific coastline and many other natural wonders are only the beginning of the story.

Central Coast

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge rises to greet you at the top of our Central Coast. Over the course of the next 500 kilometers (300 miles), the weather transitions from moody to mild, which makes for excellent diversity in both wine and surf. Grapes here are among the oldest in the state, planted by Franciscan monks as they made their way north on El Camino Real (“the royal road”, now Highway 101) in the late 1700s.

Mendocino County


Mendocino County is a unique collection of heritage vineyards, organic pioneers, name-brand wineries, and family businesses. The County includes 8 recognized Viticultural Areas over a wide range of climate and soil conditions. The region is home to 550 vineyard properties (18,000 acres) and 93 winery busineses.

Cental Valley

Our state’s sunny inland valleys are great for grapes. But that isn’t all that grows here: this region is one of the most fertile farmlands in the world, providing more than 8% of America’s agricultural yield. Across Lodi, Sacramento and San Joaquin Valley, farmers tend everything from almonds and apricots to tomatoes, cotton, asparagus and alfalfa. You might say this area and its farmers are California’s unsung heroes; our meals—and our wine—wouldn’t be the same without them.

 

10956 Weyburn Ave, Suite 222 Los Angeles CA 90024 Phone: +1 (424) 832-7516 | info@nandhawines.com
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