Monterey has become the new American frontier of quality wine making, applauded especially for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Our Blue Grand Canyon, one of the planet’s deepest canyons in the world’s land and waters, directly influences viticulture in key growth areas of the Central Coast. It’s cold currents and effect on local weather allow for a perfect environment to acquire the distinctly delicious taste of Central Coast California wines.
Viticulture is also impacted by the forty-degree temperature variance along the coast of Monterey going from North to South. Acting as a cooling breeze for the warmer areas and prolonging growth-season in cooler regions. To complement this perfect ambiance, the Monterey Bay is host to eight primary soil types and forty-two varietals- nineteen white and twenty-three red.
Explore the region through one of its three famous trails: Carmel-By-The-Sea, Carmel Valley and River Road Trail.