…in the rugged hills of Mendocino county

there lived a princess, a peasant, and vineyards of great character


Wines

Hand-made, small batch Mendocino County wines

Vineyards

Expressing the diversity of soils and climates in Mendocino County

Vineyards

Expressing the diversity of soils and climates in Mendocino County

  • Signal Ridge Vineyard

    Signal Ridge Vineyard

    Perched on top of Cold Spring Mountain, 9 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, in the Mendocino Ridge appellation. Overlooking picturesque Anderson Valley at an elevation of 2,642 feet, the Signal Ridge Vineyard is the highest altitude vineyard in all of Mendocino, Sonoma and Napa counties.
  • Poor Ranch

    Poor Ranch

    The Poor Ranch is located in the east hills of Hopland. The Poors have been raising wine grapes at this location since the late 1800s. The Poor Ranch is planted to Carignan, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Grenache. All of the varieties are certified organic, dry farmed, head pruned, with no trellis system.
  • Bonfiglio Ranch

    Bonfiglio Ranch

    Glenn McGourty’s Bonfiglio Ranch is situated alongside the Russian River between Ukiah and Hopland, in an area known for growing white wine grapes of great distinction. Organically farmed and hand harvested.

Purchasing Info

Princess and the Peasant wines are available for sale through the Signal Ridge Vineyards website, where Stephanie Rivin is the winemaker. You can also make an appointment to taste with us at the Boonville Hotel.

Contact Us

on a wind swept ridgeline above Anderson Valley



Princess and the Peasant wines are available for sale at Signal Ridge Vineyards. Tastings are conducted by appointment at the Boonville Hotel. Use the form to the left to reserve – we’d love to have you.