McCoy Vineyard

Fruit of Exceptional Quality

The McCoy Vineyard sits at about 1700’ of elevation and – on a clear day – you can see the San Francisco city line and the Pacific Ocean from its wind-swept peak. Chuck McCoy, who personally planted the 45 acres of vines, knew that the hilly terrain combined with a constant and cooling wind would yield fruit of exceptional quality and longevity. Further, the vineyard’s mix of large stones and volcanic ash soil result in tremendous terroir and complexity from its fruit.

Diverse Varietals

Currently managed by Chuck’s two daughters, just getting to the vineyard is no small task – a long and windy one-lane road where you will slow down multiple times for deer and to take in the sights, sounds & smells of the location – but well worth the journey. Being perched near the top of the world allows for multiple sun exposures on different blocks and allows for tremendous diversity amongst the varietals grown – and we feel fortunate to have access to such high-quality fruit.


Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Petit Verdot




Fountaingrove District

McCoy Vineyard on the hillside
vine of budding grapes
vineyard post wiring close-up
white grape bushel
vineyard on the hillside
Vineyard sprout in focuse
wild flowers growing in a vineyard
white wine grapes in focus
wine vines growing towards the sky
Malbec winery sign