With a singular focus on vine balance, our critically-acclaimed Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays are born in the vineyard, and every decision we make in the cellar is focused on capturing both vineyard and vintage.
About Hahn Family Wines
Hahn Family Wines was born in 1980 on two small vineyard blocks in the coastal mountains of Monterey. Today, we own and farm six estate vineyards: four in the Santa Lucia Highlands (650 acres) and two in Arroyo Seco (450 acres).
Each of our estate vineyards is certified sustainable under the rigorous Sustainability in Practice (SIP) program.
Santa Lucia Highlands
Some of the best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the world grows in the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA, a narrow, 12-mile-long coastal region tucked along the western hills of Monterey’s Salinas Valley.
One of the smallest AVAs in California, Arroyo Seco also boasts one of the longest growing seasons.
A 90-mile-long valley starting at the mouth of Monterey Bay’s “Blue Grand Canyon,” defined by persistent ocean wind and fog.
Led by Director of Winemaking Paul Clifton, our winemaking team works closely with the vineyard crew, walking the rows as the vines develop and tasting the fruit as harvest nears. Their goal, always, is to capture vineyard in the bottle, and bring it to your table.
Sustainable winegrowing is not just something we do. It’s something we live and breathe. Hahn Family Wines was one of the first wineries in the region to have all estate vineyards certified under the rigorous Sustainability in Practice (SIP) Program.