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North San Diego County Vineyards 

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Since the very first vine was put into the earth, our family has personally farmed our vineyards in North San Diego County. Experiencing an early morning pruning with the sun trickling through the vines, or harvesting the  grapes in the moonlight is an experience unlike any other.  We hope that your glass of wine reveals that story and you catch a glimpse of the years of work, laughter, and tears that led to it.




Reidy Creek Vineyard faces south in the canyon of north ridge. It consists of a sandy loam, comprised of decomposed granite and rich alluvial deposits from ancient water flow through the valley. There are blocks of Sangiovese and Zinfandel at Reidy Creek Vineyard.​


Keys Creek Vineyard is southwest facing, consisting of decomposed granite and and sandy loam in slightly elevated hills that promotes proper drainage and airflow. There are blocks of Sangiovese, Petite Sirah, and Muscat Blanc at Keys Creek Vineyard.​