At Maggy Hawk, they take inspiration from the beauty of their Anderson Valley estate vineyards while continuing to seek out cool-climate sites. They focus on the purity of the grape, and the natural elegance found within.
The northern half of Anderson Valley – what locals call The Deep End – is typically shrouded in a thick fog that rolls in from the nearby Mendocino coastline. Here, their Maggy Hawk Vineyard, Skycrest Vineyard, and Edmeades Vineyard are tucked away among the valley’s rolling hillsides, surrounded by redwoods.
They take inspiration from this beautiful cool climate region and seek out others, such as the Dundee Hills in the Willamette Valley. The diversity of their vineyards gives their winemaking team a wealth of characteristics to layer into the Maggy Hawk wines. Each has its own style and story to tell. Together, they offer a unique view of this remote region.