Mount Pisgah Vineyard
Moon Mountain District
Sonoma County

This two-acre vineyard perches 1,300 feet up the west slope of the Mayacamas Mountains. Two blocks of closely spaced (4’x9’ and 5’x9’) Cabernet Sauvignon vines grow deeply rooted on well-drained soils of decomposed lava and fractured basaltic rock. Framed by oak, madrone, bay, Toyon pine, and Douglas fir trees, the vineyard sits above the summer fog line near the summit of Mount Pisgah (named for the peak from which Moses saw the Promised Land).

Planted in 1998, the vines were CCOF certified in 2006. Wines made from this vineyard offer ripe cherry aromas with hints of black pepper and savory spice. Mount Pisgah lies within the Moon Mountain District viticultural area.