Awards are just one measure of our commitment to the craft. We are also committed to improving as community stewards because the integrity of our wine begins with the integrity in our interactions with people. Openness, honesty, and warmth are our weight-bearing cornerstones.
In fact, we strongly believe that our wine reflects that craftsmanship in the awards we’ve received. Our Zinfandel has won back-to-back medals at the San Joaquin Valley Winegrower Association (2011 & 2012) facing competition from heavyweights like Fresno State, Paso Robles and Sonoma wineries. The Pinot Noir has won a Bronze Medal (SJVWA 2011) and we are especially proud of our two Silver Medals for Teroldego (SJVWA 2012 and 2013).
This is why we have decided to reinvest in local heroes like the all-volunteer Mountain Valley Fire, Company 65. It is why we commit to a 100% solar-powered operations footprint including: vineyard, winery and office space. And it is why we open our doors as free meeting spaces for local groups like the Four Seasons Garden Club of Squaw Valley.
We will continue to practice this commitment to integrity in both our craftsmanship and our community.