After a crazy but late harvest in Fall 2023, winemakers recovered over the holidays and reflected on what is universally believed to have been a very good growing year. Several wineries in Anderson Valley were chosen by Wine & Spirits Magazine to be included in their annual Top 100 Wineries list; Domaine Anderson and Minus Tide along with wineries like Siduri and Williams Selyem who source grapes from the Valley.

Anderson Valley is the place to be this summer and throughout the year. We are the wine route to the sea and we deliver incredible quality. We are the wine route to the sea and we deliver incredible quality and the chance to immerse yourself not only in Pinot Noir but superior Chardonnay and the aromatic wines of Riesling, Gewürztraminer and Pinot Blanc.

The 24th Annual Anderson Valley PinotFest on the 40th Anniversary of the recognition of the region’s AVA status has sold out all events but, for the first time, will keep tickets to the signature Grand Tasting open up until the day of the event and at the door. READ MORE>>

No need to wait until the Anderson Valley’s renowned – and almost sold out – weekend of Pinot Noir festivities May 19-21. 2023, with an impressive auction opening today online of unique wine lots, intimate dinners and opportunities found nowhere else. READ MORE>>

Highlights of the three-day event include a reunion and rare opportunity to hear from the region’s early founders. “It is truly an honor to be a part of this year’s Technical Conference that brings together the founders of the Valley, who were risk takers and explorers, and bravely came to Anderson Valley and made the Valley a destination for winegrowers, winemakers and consumers,” says Darrin Low, winemaker at Domaine Anderson READ MORE>>

Tickets are now on sale for Anderson Valley’s 16th Annual Winter White Wine Festival taking place February 18th-19th. Celebrating the rich history of Alsatian wines in Anderson Valley, the White Wine Festival honors that history and highlights the many varieties still grown in the valley.

The weekend kicks off Friday, February 17th, with an industry pruning contest at Roederer Estate. 

Hosting the Grand Tasting at a sparkling wine house, the Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association looks to highlight Pinot Noir’s significance and history in the Valley in making both extraordinary still and sparkling wine. The Grand Tasting will feature approximately 50 producers pouring Pinot Noir, ranging in style from sparkling to still to rosé.

First planted in the 1960s to Alsatian grapes like Gewürztraminer by Husch & Edmeades, Anderson Valley has since welcomed other notable whites like Riesling, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Gruner Veltliner, and Chardonnay. These diverse whites share the spotlight in this festival highlighting the unique viticulture provided by Anderson Valley’s cool temperatures and terroir.