Our Chalk Hill Cabernet Sauvignon, grown in the white ash, volcanic soils of this acclaimed region, reveals well integrated, opulent dark fruit flavors and a long, velvety finish.
Chalk Hill, located in Sonoma County, is bordered by Alexander Valley to the North and Russian River to the west. The rolling hills and volcanic, ashy, soils encourage well-drained vineyards with deep root systems. Vertically positioned canopies and careful pruning allow for optimal sun exposure. This acclaimed wine growing region produces concentrated fruit with dense tannins and balanced acidity.
The perfect complement to grilled filet mignon, roasted lamb or a rich, chocolate dessert.