Bell Mountain is a special vineyard. After an exhaustive search of vineyard land throughout California, we found this hidden gem located at the southernmost tip of Alexander Valley which overlaps into the Russian River Valley. Bell Mountain Ranch is tucked away on Chalk Hill Road and covers 338 acres of which only 44 are planted to vines. A handful of acres are home to our 650 olive trees, our orchard, and our market garden for seasonal vegetables and flowers. We chose to leave the majority of land in its natural state - reserving it for oaks and wildflowers within a rich ecological community.
Preservation of the land is at the core of our values since day one. To ensure the natural habitat is protected, we’ve built a wildlife corridor that cuts through our vineyards, shepherding the animals through our property and safely depositing them to our neighbors, the Pepperwood Reserve, a 3000 acres wildlife sanctuary.
This vineyard is unlike any other and combines steep hillsides with growing conditions similar to that of Bordeaux – perfect for Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc.