The 50 acres of vineyard that we own and farm for Domaine Anderson wines span the Anderson Valley,
from the warmer, up-valley town of Boonville to the cooler regions closer to the Mendocino coast. They reside on the valley floor, on gently sloped knolls, and on steep hillsides, and offer soils ranging from rocky, river gravels to the finest clay loams.
Our vineyard management practices are focused on achieving the highest quality grapes using sustainable techniques that benefit the health and natural harmony of the vineyard as a whole. Meticulous cane pruning, and shoot and cluster thinning ensure the correct balance of vine growth and fruit quality. Irrigation is tailored to the unique needs of each vineyard’s soil type and location, and is designed to minimize impact on nearby streams—valuable resources for the valley’s abundant wildlife.