First settled in the late 1800s and abandoned during Prohibition, Long Meadow Ranch was revitalized in 1989 by proprietors Ted, Laddie and Chris Hall, who set out to produce world-class wine using sustainable, organic farming practices.
Focused on a winemaking style emphasizing terroir and purity of flavor, Long Meadow Ranch continues a proud legacy of crafting elegant, food-friendly wines utilizing "full-circle farming" methods at three distinctive wine estates.
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At our original 650-acre Mayacamas Estate, we cultivate 16 acres of mountain vineyards to produce estate-grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sangiovese and Cabernet Franc wines. Additionally, we farm olives and mill ultra premium extra virgin olive oils from the oldest olive grove in Napa Valley, planted in the 1870s, on our picturesque mountain estate.
Once a riverbed, our benchland Rutherford Estate features 74 acres of Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot vineyards. The estate is also home to our fruit and vegetable farming operations, hand-tended beehives, and our growing flock of egg-laying poultry.
Anderson Valley Estate
Located in the west or “deep end” of the Anderson Valley in Mendocino County, our Anderson Valley Estate has 70-planted acres of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris vineyards. With the Navarro River to the southeast and close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, a natural marine layer blankets the vineyards and creates terroir ideal for our estate-grown Burgundian varietals to mature slowly and ripen to the peak of their varietal character.