Denner Vineyard
Willow Creek District | Paso Robles

First planted in 1999, Denner vineyard is situated within the Willow Creek District of the Paso Robles AVA.  The vineyard enjoys the coolness of the marine layer many mornings throughout the year, which is a nice reprieve for the vines before they soak in the warm afternoon sun. This combination of cool and warm weather patterns results in a large diurnal temperature swing, thus giving this vineyard ideal growing conditions to farm fruit of excellent flavor.

Denner Vineyards is committed to environmentally friendly farming practices, using only sustainable inputs and minimal irrigation. The result is beautiful fruit translating true varietal expressions in the glass.

Vineyard Distinction Nicora Distinction
AVA: Paso Robles Block Exposure: East
District: Willow Creek Varieties: Viognier
Elevation: 1,200 feet Found In: Denner Vineyard Viognier
Planted: 1999  
Soil Composition: limestone rich    

Acreage: 156 with 108 planted