Boudreaux Vineyard


Vineyard Owners: Jeff & Kristina Boudreaux

Located in the heart of the Russian River Valley of western Sonoma County near the small town of Graton, Boudreaux Vineyard combines all the elements necessary to grow cool-climate Chardonnay: gently sloping hillsides of well-drained, marine-based soils, and intense light, moderated by the cooling influences of coastal fog and the nearby Russian River. The estate vineyard, planted to the rare and coveted Montrachet clone from Burgundy, uses organic and biodynamic farming principles by maintaining and encouraging biodiversity with sheep, beneficial pollinating and insect attracting-flowers, bees, and a diverse vegetable and herb garden.


AVA Russian River Valley
Block Block 1, the "House Block"
Block Size 1.42 acres, 1,280 vines
Soil Type Goldridge sandy loam with clay
Elevation 460'
Clone Côte de Beaune selection (Montrachet)
Rootstock 101-14 MG
Aspect East-facing
Spacing 5’ x 10’
Year Planted 2008