Along the western hills lies an incredible patch of dirt for growing Cabernet. This neighborhood has many well-known Cabernet vineyards. Located just at the base of the Mayacamas range this vineyard sits in an ancient alluvial fan. This fan is part of a historic creek bed, with soils consisting of cobble, creek wash and gravelly sand. This soil is quick to drain enabling natural management of the moisture in the vine’s microclimate. This Cabernet has plush blackberry/black raspberry/cherry liqueur-like flavor, voluminous texture, and seamless integration.