Growing 4.5 acres of Pinot Noir fruit in the heart of Sonoma County's Russian River Valley


Clay & Celeste

Owners Clay and Celeste Gantz hand tend each of their 7,145 vines to produce fruit that upholds and enhances the Russian River Valley's reputation as the premier region for Pinot Noir in North America. 


The 4.5-acre property is blessed with the cool nights, fog-covered mornings, sunny days, and sandy Goldridge soil that produce the quintessential Russian River Valley Pinot Noir fruit.

The Team

Viticulturist Kris Lowe and vineyard manager Jim Pratt help Gantz Family Vineyards deliver the highest quality fruit to award-winning winemaker Kosta Browne Winery at the end of every growing season.

Our goal is to grow the highest quality Pinot Noir in a manner that is sustainable and honors all team members; that respects our land, the creatures who live here with us, and those who were here before us; and places family, fun, and integrity first.
— Clay and Celeste Gantz