Introducing Wayfarer Vineyard

27th April 2021

California, News

Wayfarer vineyard is extraordinary, set in a dramatic landscape of undulating slopes hidden among winding mountain roads and redwoods, swathing a ridge on the north western reach of the Sonoma Coast at 1,100 feet, just 4 miles from the Pacific Ocean.

This remote landscape is the provenance of wildly beautiful wines born of risk, rigor and mastery – small-lot Pinot Noir and Chardonnay on goldridge soil.

Renowned vineyard developer David Abreu designed the vineyard as 30 one-acre blocks, each dedicated to an individual clone. Ten years after the vineyard was planted, Cleo Pahlmeyer, Jayson’s daughter, introduced the first Wayfarer Vineyard wines in 2012 with Todd Kohn as winemaker.

The range of Pinot Noirs showcases the exceptional Wayfarer Vineyard, five Pinots are crafted all from the same site. There is incredible diversity between the different pinot noir clones and blocks, each wine has such a unique taste profile and personality.

One Chardonnay is made which is a blend of the different blocks and clones.

We look forward to sharing their stunning wines, our first offer will be of the 2018 vintage, this Autumn.