We believe in making wine with minimal interference and low-impact techniques, to showcase varietal characteristics through our sustainable grape-growing practices. We also try to be creative in making unique and unusual blends.
The new 15,000-square-foot winery is on the southeastern slope of a 60-million-year-old dormant volcano, Boucherie Mountain, which inspired the name Volcanic Hills. Continuing with volcano lingo is our medium-bodied red blend called “Magma”, and “Eruption”. The names were spawned with help from customers filling out an in-house ballot.