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Pinot Grigio clone selection 152 has noble roots that can be traced back to the Alsace region, thanks to Army General Lazarus de Schwendi who picked up a few vine cuttings on his way home to France in the 16th Century.
Each vine type performs best when it is planted in the kind of soil and climate in which it was born. The clay-rich soil of our Clay Station Vineyard is punctuated with sand and rock which provides a mix similar to the ancestral home of clone selection 181 in Bordeaux, France.
The year was 1924 and it was the heart of the Prohibition Era. It was also the year our family planted and farmed vineyard in California. Story goes some of those grapes might have been used to make wine.