Hayley Vineyard, Anderson Valley
Planted in well-drained hillsides of loam-clay and sandstone, grapes bask all day in the warm summer sun, and then are cooled each evening as the Valley fills with fog from the nearby Mendocino Coast. Temperatures often drop by as much as 40 to 50 degrees at night encouraging late ripening that allows grapes to develop to their full potential. Pinot Noirs from the Anderson Valley, with the coolest year-round climate of any winegrowing region in the state, can be beautifully integrated wines with rich, intense flavors.
Haley Vineyard - The fog and cool temperatures that push in from the Pacific make Hayley Vineyard an ideal location for growing Pinot Noir. This 34-acre site is located within the larger Annahala Vineyard, halfway between Boonville and Philo in Anderson Valley.