The 2013 harvest has officially ended. Our crew worked alot of long hours to process the 705 tons that were brought in this year. The last time we saw numbers like that was in 2005 when a whopping 1374 tons of grapes were crushed here. Mostly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes were crushed and de-stemmed this year. Both varietals are primarily grown in the Carneros region. Now it's time to clean and sanitize all of the equipment and let it hibernate until next year. Meanwhile, the winemaking process is just getting started. The juice has fermented and is now into barrels for aging. Can't wait to taste the 2013 vintage!