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Mendocino County, CA

Mendocino’s County’s broad range of microclimates and soil types support the cultivation of an incredible range of premium grape varieties. Warm inland valleys provide ideal growing conditions for varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah, while Mendocino’s coastal districts specialize in cool-climate varietals like Chardonnay. ► Plan Your Visit

"Mendocino County isn't the end of the world but you can see it from here."

Glenn McGourty, Viticulture & Plant Science Advisor, University of California

History in the Making

Wine grapes have been grown in Mendocino since the 1850s, when fortune-seeking Italian immigrants began planting cultivars and making bold, hearty reds like those from their homeland. Today, Mendocino boasts a dozen distinctive American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), over 100 wineries and 17,000 acres of vines.  ► Plan Your Visit

The Parducci Connection

The Parducci name has long been associated with Mendocino County. Affectionately dubbed "Mr. Mendocino," John Parducci was an early champion of the Northern California wine region and varietal labeling, including Zinfandel and Petite Sirah: two grapes that would become a signature of Mendocino County and embodying the capacious spirit of American winemaking. ► Learn More

Parducci Home Ranch

The Parducci "Home Ranch" comprises 96 acres of estate vineyards overlooking the breathtaking Mayacamas Mountain range. Twelve heritage varietals are planted on our property: all are sustainably farmed. ► Learn More


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