On the elevated ridges and flanks of the Mayacamas Mountains to the west and the Vaca Range to the east, Lake County’s 8,380 acres of vineyards ring one of the oldest geological lakes in North America. Under cobalt blue skies that boast the purest air in California, one hundred and seventy growers cultivate vines in an astounding array of soils, from rocky volcanic highlands to mountain valleys lined with gravelly river courses.
Lake County’s intensity of place — climate, soils, and sunlight — produces grapes and wines of compelling quality and character.Learn More
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