ABOUT HALLECK VINEYARD
A family one acre site, Halleck Vineyard is perched above the Russian River watershed and flanked on the west by the slopes to the Pacific Ocean. It commands an expansive view of the rolling Sonoma County hills to the northeast. At 900 feet, it is one of the highest vineyards in Sonoma County. Planted to encircle the Burnside home, the vineyard faces the west and the north.
During the second half of the growing season, coastal fog invades the landscape every afternoon and on rare days, the sun only peeks through. This cool weather allows the fruit to mature slowly and the flavors to intensify. Our Indian summer heat in late September through October spikes the ripening and sugar levels at the last moment for perfect harvest conditions.
The primary intent for this vineyard was to serve as a college fund for our three boys, Connor, Adam, and Quinn. Of course, a passion for Pinot led the charge.
It remains our flagship, being selected by the Somm Journal in 2018 as one of the top 5 vineyards in Sonoma County.
Ross and Jennifer move to Sebastopol and purchase Burnside House
Estate Grown Vineyard is planted
Tandem Winery bottles first Estate Grown Pinot Noir
Halleck Vineyard bottles first wine
2001 Estate Grown Pinot wins first place at the Pinot Noir Summit
Three Sons Cuvee is boarn as a college fund for our three sons
Scores of medals are earned for all our wines
Estate Grown Pinot Noir earns 100pts by Dan Berger
Josh Groban reaches out to Halleck Vineyard to make the "Find Your Light" Pinot Noir
Halleck Vineyard selected as one of the top 5 vineyards in Sonoma County by Somm Journal
Wines judged Best In Class in SF Chronicle Wine Competition, Sunset Magazine, CA State Fair, Orange County Wine Society
Halleck Vineyard earns Double Gold in SF Chronicle Wine Competition Launch Virtual Tasting Salons in response to COVID-19