Regional Map

Map of San Antonio Valley

Varietals Grown

Albarino
Barbera
Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Chardonnay
Dolcetto
Grenache
Malbec
Marsanne
Merlot
Mourvedre
Petit Verdot
Petite Sirah
Pinot Grigio
Primativo
Roussanne
Sangiovese
Syrah
Tempranillo
Tinta Cao
Tinta Roriz
Touriga Francesca
Touriga National
Zinfandel
Grapes

The San Antonio Valley…In the Heart of Old California

In the southernmost part of Monterey County, lies a highland valley in the Santa Lucia Range, fourteen miles from the Pacific Ocean. This, the San Antonio Valley, was formed by the watershed of the San Antonio River and is replete with shaly loam and calcareous rich soils. The climate of warmer daytime temperatures and cooler nighttime temperatures, often with a 50 degree variance, are a direct effect of the elevation of the valley. Occasionally, morning fog will drift across the valley from the 5720 acre Lake San Antonio. Viticulture was introduced here in 1771 by the Padres at the San Antonio Mission and is today continued by small family owned vineyards and boutique wineries. Grapes grown here achieve full, rich fruit flavor, color and balance.

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What’s New

2013 GRAPES, VINTAGE WINES & BULK WINE ARE AVAILBLE ON THIS SITE!

Wednesday Aug 03

See Grapes and Juice Available to view all grapes, wine and bulk wine available from the San Antonio Valley.

NEW EMAIL ADDRESS FOR SAVVGA

Wednesday Mar 10

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