Fathers+Daughters Cellars

Over a half century ago Ferrington Vineyard was planted. Today the vineyard is mostly planted with Pinot Noir. There are also plantings of Chardonnay, Gerwurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc. Of the 160-acre estate, 78 acres are under vine in soils mostly comprised with sandy loam on top of clay. These soils are covering Franciscan sandstone bedrock. Coastal fog influences the vineyards by cooling them in the late afternoon during the hot summers. Guy Pacurar commented about the terroir, “The diversity and selection of clones, meticulous farming and consistent vineyard management techniques are hallmarks of this vineyard and what makes Ferrington Pinot Noir among the most sought-after expressions of this varietal.”

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