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  • When it comes to wine, place is everything.

    Ranch 32 Map

    Our estate vineyards are within the Arroyo Seco, San Lucas and Hames Valley AVAs. An AVA (American Viticultural Area), or appellation, is a designated wine grape-growing region in the United States that is distinguishable by its geographic features. The finest wines in the world are closely identified with the regions from which they originate. An AVA designation means there are distinctive characteristics of the specific region that set it apart. Ranch 32 highlights the natural characteristics of the terroir and conveys the taste of the place.

Arroyo Seco

The Arroyo Seco appellation begins in a steep narrow gorge at the foot of the Santa Lucia mountain range and then moves east, opening into the warm, fertile soil of the Salinas Valley.

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San Lucas

Originally land that served as an open range for cattle grazing in the 1800s, the San Lucas appellation is located on the southwestern edge of the Salinas Valley and is comprised of sweeping alluvial fans and terraces.

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Hames Valley

Located at the southernmost tip of Monterey County, the Hames Valley appellation has its own unique climate. It sits at the foot of the Santa Lucia Mountains, with rolling hills dotted by ancient oak trees.

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