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Named after the Amaral family, Amaral Vineyard has been planted in grapes since 1984.
Nestled in the southwestern foothills of Sonoma Valley, Amaral Vineyard is named after a Portuguese family who farmed it for pasture and hay. The Amaral family sold the land to a partnership who planted it to vineyard in 1984, who in turn sold it to the Sangiacomo family in 1997.
Amaral Vineyard was fully replanted in 2003 with fifteen clone and rootstock combinations. Soils are restricted and yields are low. The vineyard is a source of grapes for over a dozen wineries.
Certified Sustainable (CSWA)
Planted Acreage: 110
Varietals: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio
Appellations: Carneros and Sonoma Coast