Parducci Wine Cellars

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Each delicious bottle of Parducci Wine Cellars starts in vineyards farmed with a blend of traditional cultivation practices and innovative new technologies. Cover crops, insectaries, and owl boxes create balance and biodiversity in the vineyard.Biodiesel-powered tractors work the land with help from the sheep and chickens from Parducci’s 15 Acres Farm. Tensiometers measure water content in the soil, ensuring the vines are irrigated efficiently for the grapes’ truest expression.

In addition to grapes from the winery estate, Parducci sources from grower controlled vineyard parcels in and around Mendocino County, each with its own distinct microclimate and soil composition. The grapes from each of these lots are then individually vinified and cellared. Head Winemaker Bob Swain then thoughtfully gauges each lot’s unique characteristics to achieve a final blend with just the right balance of texture and flavor.

Deep Roots is the Parducci Wine Cellars commitment to environmentally sound vineyard practices, including 100% green powered winery operations and a nationally recognized water conservation and reclamation program. Legendary Wines start with healthy vines and reflects Parducci’s 80 year legacy of great-tasting, varietally authentic wines. With each vintage and each small lot, a new legend is crafted with care and blended for the fullest expression of grape to wine.

Parducci Wine Cellars is Mendocino County’s oldest winery, crafting legendary wines for over 85 years. Visit our historic property and explore award-winning wines from our Tasting Room overlooking the Parducci estate vineyards and the Mayacamas Mountain Range. Our family (and pet!) friendly tasting room is open Wednesday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm except major holidays.

Our tasting room is located 2 hours north of San Francisco and 2.5 hours west of Sacramento, in Ukiah, Mendocino County, California.

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Contact Details for Parducci Wine Cellars

Address: 501 Parducci Road Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: (707) 463-5357

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