New Release! Double Gold Award Winner, San Francisco Chronicle. Our grapes are from the Potter Valley region of Mendocino County. The Graziano family celebrated 100 years and is one of the oldest grape growing families in Mendocino County. The subsoil of Potter Valley is made of Franciscan bedrock. This layer is covered by alluvial silts and clays with more gravel and sandstone. The Arneis is a tricky grape to grow (Arneis means “a difficult and demanding person” in Piemontese), Originally from the rolling hills of Roero in Piemonte, Arneis is known as the “White Barolo”. Enjoy Aromas of green apple apricot and nutmeg. Flavors of vanilla, dried stone fruits and spring rain’s shale. Brilliantly balanced and wanting for scallops, lobster ravioli and fettuccine Alfredo.