A wine vineyard



We are passionate about crafting the most distinctive Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County has to offer. For more than three decades, we've been sourcing grapes from throughout this uniquely diverse growing region, where terroir ranges from steep mountain slopes to lower-lying hillsides and benchlands. Our experience in Sonoma County has allowed us to identify three AVAs where Cabernet Sauvignon takes on its most powerful terroir-driven expressions: Knights Valley, Alexander Valley, and Sonoma Valley.

Kellogg Vineyard

Tucked into the foothills of Mount Saint Helena on the remote eastern edge of Sonoma County, Knights Valley experiences a moderated climate, offering a longer and later growing season that develops dark fruit aromatics.

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Arrowood Estate Vineyard

In the heart of Sonoma Valley lies our certified sustainable Estate vineyard. It features eight acres planted with Syrah, Merlot, Malbec, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Viognier and Petit Verdot. The fruit from this vineyard form the core of select limited-quantity bottlings.


Monte Rosso Vineyard

Originally planted in 1880, Monte Rosso (Red Mountain) was named for its bright-red, iron-rich soils. Perched in the Moon Mountain AVA, 1,000+ feet above Sonoma Valley on the southwest slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains, this property produces Cabernet Sauvignon that is dark, complex and intense.

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Smothers-Remick Ridge Vineyard

Roughly 600 feet above the valley floor in the northern Sonoma Mountains, sits the Smothers-Remick Ridge Vineyard. It features 18 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon divided into 11 distinctive blocks that mirror the terroir. Known for its small, flavorful berry, this mountain site produces balanced wines with refined tannins.


Saralee's Vineyard

Located in Sonoma County's cool Russian River Valley, Saralee's Vineyard is one of the state's marquee sites. Year in, year out, it yields some of our most flavorful wines. The key attributes of our Viognier from this site are intensity, purity and bright acidity.

Kellogg vineyard