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Breggo Cellars

Breggo Cellars Breggo means "sheep" in Boontling, in honor of our place, a 203-acre farm just north of Boonville. Our Craftsman house from the 1920s and random cluster of sideways-tilting outbuildings recently served as headquarters to one of the oldest and largest sheep ranches in Anderson Valley. For 150 years, sheep dominated the agricultural landscape of Anderson Valley. Sheep, like the domesticated vinifera grapevine, occupy and even thrive on the geographic periphery - places too steep, with soils too thin and climates too cold for other types of intensive agriculture. Sheep and vines flourish where the domesticated meets the wilderness. The margins. This is our place.

From the South, go North on 101 to Cloverdale. Exit on Highway 128 West, toward Boonville, Mendocino, and Fort Bragg. 28 miles to Boonville, then another three miles past the bridge, we're on the right side of the highway.

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11001 Highway 128, Boonville, CA, US, 95415 Email:
Phone: 707-895-958 Web:
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  Anderson Valley Gewurtztraminer
Intense aromas of grapefruit and lychee define the nose in this rich wine. Subtle hints of smoke, lemon oil and white pepper add to the complexity. A weighty mouthfeel is punctuated with clean acidity and a touch of sweetness. Flavors of citrus, lychee, and almonds linger in the mouth.
  Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
Life and wine as a bowl full of cherries. The classic Pommard clone dominates this blend, with its bright cherry and raspberry fruit in the nose, followed by structure and breadth in the mid-palate. The silken finish signals Breggo’s hallmark: a luxurious texture.
  Anderson Valley Rosé
Porch wine gone wild. We blended Syrah (55%) with Pinot Noir (45%) for this delight. Black pepper matched by tangy strawberries in the nose. The force and spice of syrah balanced by the finesse of pinot noir. Delicious with picnics or sunset. Drink now.
  Ferrington Vineyard Pinot Noir
A favorite of Breggo’s winemaking team, this pinot noir offers a stunning new take on the famed Ferrington Vineyard. Explosive aromas of ripe fruit, cocoa, and tobacco precede a bright, fruit-forward profile in the mouth. A gentle, patient fermentation process reveals nuance and balance unusual at this stage in any wine.
  Ferrington Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc
Aromas of passion fruit, Granny Smith apple, honeydew melon, and Asian pear are followed by hints of white pepper and clove. Bright acidity keeps the palate fresh and the concentration of flavors creates a long finish of freesia, pepper, and mint.
  Savoy Vineyard Chardonnay
Made famous by pinot noir, the Savoy Vineyard reveals its long hidden treasure: a stunning source for chardonnay. Pineapple and tropical fruit in the nose gives way to dried apricots and peaches in the mouth. Aged for 11 months in French oak, the fruit works in perfect harmony with the wood. A symphony in the mouth.
  Savoy Vineyard Pinot Noir
Among the most renowned vineyards in Anderson Valley, Richard Savoy provides fruit for vineyard designates from Littorai, Radio Coteau, Adrian Fogg, Hartford Court, Barnett, and Roessler Vineyards. Our gentle rendition adds finesse to Savoy’s characteristic density and intensity, where cola in the nose gives way to dark plums, blackberries, and black cherries. Subtle and delicate upon popping the cork, this luscious wine unfolds over time. Pairs beautifully with food.
  Wiley Vineyard Pinot Gris
Initial aromas of Anjou pear, Gala apple, marmalade, and roast figs give way to floral notes of lemon blossom and a hint of hazelnut oil. An unctuous palate is framed by flavors of pear and orange while the crisp acid punctuates a long, lingering finish.


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