Kick Ranch is in Sonoma County’s Rincon Valley, northeast of Santa Rosa. Its hillside site is on the western side of the northern flank of Spring Mountain, which separates Sonoma and Napa Counties. The vineyard soils have an amazing mix of volcanic and other rock that contributes a rich minerality to wines. Kick Ranch’s vine rows are laid out for perfect sun exposure with a 20 mile vista down to the Petaluma Wind Gap, providing cool nights and foggy mornings, ideal conditions for growing premium wine grapes.
We are committed to sustainable grape growing at Kick Ranch.
The California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance has certified Kick Ranch as a sustainably farmed vineyard.
We are committed to the long-term sustainability of Kick Ranch. We promote soil health through native cover crops, minimal compaction from equipment, and judicious use of pesticides and fungicides. We monitor the weather, insects, disease pressure, and water needs closely to insure we maintain a natural balance. Our canopy management is planned for optimal grape quality and to minimize disease pressure.