Arroyo Seco, Monterey
The first Cobblestone estate began in 1971 in what has become the Arroyo Seco appellation in central Monterey County. This 50-acre property, planted exclusively to Chardonnay, is where our wine got its name. The soil is densely packed with cobblestones (known locally as 'Greenfield Potatoes'), which have a positive effect on drainage and temperature.
Atlas Peak, Napa Valley
In 1997 the Levines discovered what would be their second estate vineyard high in the Atlas Peak appellation along Napa Valley's east ridge. With the help of a little dynamite, this rocky mountaintop property was planted to multiple Cabernet clones and other Bordeaux varietals, and became the breathtaking birthplace of Cobblestone Cabernet Sauvignon.
Martinborough, New Zealand
When searching the world for the ultimate Pinot Noir vineyard, we discovered a small and exceptional property along Te Muna Road, an especially remarkable terrace in the celebrated Pinot Noir village of Martinborough, New Zealand. Te Muna is Maori for "special" or "secret place." Clearly we felt this hidden jewel was appropriately named and well worth the commute.