We own vineyards in two small and specialized sub-districts of Sonoma County—the warmer Alexander Valley where they grow red Bordeaux varieties, and the cooler, foggier Russian River Valley where our Goldfields Vineyard is planted to Chardonnay.

The Alexander Valley
Where Bordeaux Red Grapes Meet with Destiny
Alexander Valley possesses the greatest diversity of soils in any wine-growing region of California. It has a long history of dramatic geologic activity from an ancient mudflow that changed the course of the Russian River to earthquake upheavals that redistributed whole sections of land. This created numerous soil types and microclimates and allows our winemakers to produce wines with a great diversity of flavors.

Simi’s Alexander Valley Vineyards
Landslide Vineyard: 172 acres
One of the most complex vineyards in Alexander Valley, Landslide is comprised of five distinct soil types that were created by a volcanic landslide from Mount St. Helena. The vineyard also has three different distinguishable sections and several microclimates. The highest part of the vineyard produces dense wines; the middle, powerful wines; and the lower, elegant wines. This leads to more complex blends. Fruit from this vineyard is used to make Landslide Cabernet Sauvignon and our Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, our Sonoma County Cabernet and our Sonoma County Merlot.
Red Fan Vineyard: 72 acres

Red Fan Vineyard is named for the clay loam soils at the vineyard base that rapidly fan out to become shallow, red volcanic gravel on the upper bench. This grade of changing soils produces different flavor profiles within the vineyard and produces wine that express the best characteristics of Alexander Valley’s eastern benchlands—velvety texture and bright, luscious flavors. This vineyard contributes fruit to our Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.

Los Amigos Vineyard: 96 acres
Home to Cabernet Sauvignon production for more than 30 years, Los Amigos vineyard produces wines that resonate with the classic characteristics of the Alexander Valley floor. The sandy loam soils are ideal for low-vigor vines. Cabernet vines share the vineyard with Merlot, another varietal ideal for the site.

Del Rio Vineyard: 44 acres
Soils here are sandy loam, deep and fertile. Similar to Los Amigos, low vigor rootstocks and minimal irrigation keep yields low and concentrate flavors.

Business Info
  • 16275 Healdsburg Avenue Healdsburg, CA 95448 United States
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Winemaker & Owners
  • Winemaker :
    Steve Reeder, General Manager & V.P. of Winemaking, Susan Lueker, Director of Winemaking, Megan Schofield, Winemaker
  • Owners :
    Russell Green
  • Established Date :
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