Nelson Hill's Deep End Vineyard is nestled in the elbow of a spring-fed creek at the north- west end of Northern California's Anderson Valley, once described by the New York Times as "California's Shangri-la."
This picturesque site benefits from the combination of cool nights moistened by fog funneled in from the near-by Pacific Ocean; sunny, warm days and a hospitable rock-ridden loam.
These are the ideal conditions for growing pinot noir, considered by many wine connoisseurs to be the noblest grape of them all.
The vineyard was planted on a south-facing slope exactly where the redwoods meet the oaks in a unique eco-system.
Our goal has been to produce Anderson Valley pinot noir in the Burgundian tradition; small, carefully tended lots of delicate, delicious wines ideally suited to enhance a wide variety of food.
We encourage wine lovers to make an appointment to visit us and to enjoy one of the wine country's most beautiful settings.