Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard has been embraced by wine enthusiasts since it opened in 2006 for its award-winning vintages that reflect precision and passion in the science and art of winemaking. Grown amid the unique microclimate at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain, the winery’s 22 acres of vines are French vinifera clones grafted on American rootstock and were carefully selected by world-renowned viticulturist Lucie Morton.
These vines produce grapes that we hand-pick, cold-soak, cold-ferment and age in stainless steel or French oak barrels to produce our Bordeaux-inspired reds and crisp whites that continue to be recognized for their uniquely creative flavors and memorable finishes.
Reds: Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, plus three Boredaux-style blends: Circe, Comus, and EVOE!
Whites: Chardonnay (Chablis-style), Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Penelope (white blend) and Viognier
Rose: off-dry French Saignee-style Rose’
Owner: Emily Yang
Winemaker: Manolo Gomez
Vineyard Manager: Julio Rivas
General Manager: Susan Reed
Tasting Room Manager: Jennifer Reed
The Original Barn until 2016
Barn Repairs in 2017