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Sustainable wines from historic vines

 

In 1883, John Crellin planted vineyards into a red clay knoll and named it Ruby Hill after the rich red soils found throughout the property. By 1889, Ruby Hill Winery was one of the largest and most revered producers of wine in the Livermore Valley. 

Today our 150 acre vineyard is planted with eleven varietals including: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Sangiovese and Petite Sirah.

At Ruby Hill Winery, we have the utmost concern for the environment. We recycle, power our tasting room through solar panels, use post-consumer products when possible and use only the most sustainable vineyard practices. Our fruit is hand-picked, and never leaves the property throughout our entire winemaking process, eliminating the use of machinery, and greatly reducing our carbon footprint.