"Arroyo Seco" means dry river in Spanish. It was one of the earliest AVAs established in California and is just 40 miles from the Pacific Ocean.
Cooling the vines throughout the growing season, allowing the grapes to ripen at a leisurely pace.
The Arroyo Seco region has one of the longest growing seasons in the United States, beginning in early March and lasting until October.
The large river rock stones throughout the region are known as “Greenfield Potatoes.” These stones help provide water drainage and have an added benefit of retaining heat to keep vines from freezing.
Chardonnay produced in Arroyo Seco is available now.Shop Wines
Pinot Noir produced in Arroyo Seco is available now.Shop Wines