Yorkville Cellars is located in Mendocino County, 100 miles north of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. The tasting room is on Highway 128, a picturesque road that winds past vineyards, sheep ranches and apple and pear orchards before plunging through the Redwood forest to emerge at the Mendocino coastline.
The vineyards are 1,000 feet or more above sea level, where sun-filled days and cool nights, tempered by coastal fogs, combine to consistently produce premium quality grapes.
Yorkville Cellars is unique in growing and producing all the main Bordeaux grapes each as a wine: Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Carmenere from vineyards certified organic since 1986.
CCOF Certificate, certified since 1986
CCSW Certified California Sustainable Vineyard, certified since 2003
Yorkville Eleanor of Aquitaine
Yorkville Vin d’une Nuit
Yorkville Cabernet Franc
Yorkville Cabernet Sauvignon
Yorkville Petit Verdot
Yorkville Richard the Lionheart