Sikorski Vineyard

Up in the wilds of Cazadero on the Sonoma Coast, Ron Sikorski has planted a 15 acre Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard. Well-drained soils, cool nights and hot, sunny days make for a long, even ripening of the grapes. Ron is out in his vineyard every day, battling wild boar, mountain lions, and other wildlife to keep a pristine vineyard that produces wines of complexity, structure and depth.

Ron Sikorski Harvest 2014

Grower: Ron Sikorski
Elevation: 1,200 feet in the Swell and 1,300 on the Hilltop
Soil Type: Weathered Franciscan Sandstone
Appellation: Sonoma Coast - Cazadero
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon
Year Planted: 1991

Organic/Sustainable: No
Clones: 8 & 337
Rootstock: AXR1 (the Terraces), 110R (the Swell), 3309 (the Hilltop)
Vine Training: Trellis & Cordon
Pruning System: Cane Pruned
Irrigation Type: Drip irrigation

Average Crop Yield in Tons/Acre: 2.5 T/acre