Viluko Vineyards

Rocky-Hillside Vineyard in Sonoma

The 22 acre Viluko Vineyard is located high upon Sonoma’s Mayacamas Mountains, just on the other side of the ridgeline separating the Fountaingrove District from both Diamond Mountain and Spring Mountain in Napa. With extreme mountain slopes, the vines are planted directly into the rocky hillsides extending from 600 to 1100 feet in elevation.

Terroir-Driven Mountain Fruit

Organically farmed and showcasing a unique range of both alluvial and volcanic soils, Viluko Vineyards has multiple unique microclimates and – using minimal vineyard intervention techniques – creates terroir-driven mountain fruit of personality and charm. While the vineyard was hugely affected by the 2017 Tubbs fire, it continues to be a prime fruit source for some of the best winemakers in Napa and Sonoma.


Cabernet Sauvignon




Fountaingrove District

Viluko Vineyard hillside landscape
red grapes ready for harvest, in focus
drone view of vineyard hillside with a mountain peaks in the background
drone view of Viluko Vineyards landscape
Viluko Vineyards grape bud close-up
grape bud on vine close-up
drone view of vineyard landscape with a mountain range in the background
dirt road around the boundaries of Viluko Vineyards
close-up of red grapes handing from a vine
Viluko Vineyard plant