Silvertap’s wines are crafted from sustainably farmed grapes in vineyards located throughout Sonoma County. From steep hillsides in Alexander Valley to benchland vineyards right on Dry Creek in the Dry Creek Valley, these vineyards produce grapes that create wines of character, wines of place. Soil types range from the clay loam of the benchland on Dry Creek where the Woods Vineyard grows to the rocky, poor soil of the Diaz vineyard in Alexander Valley, where the grapes struggle to ripen and produce profound, unique flavor profiles in the resultant wines. Fine wine cannot be created in the winery: fine wine starts in the vineyard.

Woods Vineyard – Healdsburg, CA

Kivelstadt Family Vineyards – Sonoma, CA
The Woods vineyards are strategically located in the Southern end of Dry Creek Valley, and on the Northern border with the Russian River Valley appellation. These vineyards are surrounded by – and only a few miles away from – some of California’s most iconic wine brand names, including: Silver Oak, Ridge Lytton Springs, Rafanelli, Rochioli, Williams Seylem Sonoma Cutrer.

The Kivelstadt Family Vineyard, located on a steep hillside in the Bennett Valley appellation of Sonoma County is a certified organic vineyard. This stunning site is the source for Landmark’s Steel Plow Syrah, whose 2006 vintage was ranked #19 in Wine Spectator’s Top 100 wines of 2009.
The grapes sourced from our superb growers, make Silvertap Wines what they are – a beautiful expression of the unique terroir of Sonoma County.