Mike and Kathy Underhill are the proud owners of Underhill Vineyard.
We are on our fourth year of making this happen! We are growers of Merlot grapes.
Looking forward to selling to you soon!
Please contact us at your convenience by email or by phone.
Creek Hollow Vineyard is a San Diego area Vineyard located in the heart of the Ramona Valley AVA (American Viticulture Area). Currently, we are simple organic growers committed to producing quality grapes that are sold to some of our local award winning wineries.
We invite you to explore this emerging wine region, its beauty and where we have called home since 1989.
Tim and Kathy Morton
Storum Ranch proudly grows the most delicious tree-ripened apples, peaches and pears at the foot of the Volcan Mountain Preserve in Julian, Calif.
Our orchard was originally planted in the early 1980s with Golden Delicious and Newtown Pippin apples to supply fruit for a local pie company. Since 2010, we have carefully tended our orchard to expand the selection of apple varieties available for market and have some 30 varieties planted.
Our winery and tasting patio is permanently closed.
We will be making wine at a new winery, called Old Julian Vineyards and Winery.
More information will become available soon.
Hellanback Ranch’s award winning wines are meticulously handcrafted with a focus on quality rather than quantity. All of their wine is made from estate grown grapes or grapes from other small vineyards in the Ramona Valley AVA and the Highland Valley . Ramona Valley was designated an American Viticultural Area (AVA) in 2006.
The Ranch is nestled in a secluded canyon east of Ramona, CA. Horses, cattle, pigs, wild turkeys and many other forms of wildlife inhabit the ranch along with John York and Paula Payne and their two Dobermans. It is about a 60 minute drive from downtown San Diego, and about 10 minutes from Ramona, but it feels like the middle of nowhere.
Why do we call it “Hellanback”? When we saddled up to go riding, before we had the ranch, Paula would always ask where we were going. John would always reply, “To hell and back”. Well, they finally made it!
Bearing Fruit Vineyard is about the process of transforming a 4.33 acre parcel into a vineyard that produces an abundance of quality wine grapes… Malbec (800 vines), Sangiovese (800 vines) & Petite Sirah (308 vines).
The Bearing Fruit Vineyard goal for the vines will be an emphasis on quality, minimal intervention to allow the grapes to express the “terroir”, and a hands-on approach to farming.
The vision for Bearing Fruit Vineyard is for it to be a charitable, retirement endeavor. We will patiently await the future harvests and sale of the grapes to a local winery, or wineries. At that point, funds from the sale of the grapes will be added to the Bearing Fruit Foundation; supplementing our other annual / primary contributions to the charitable organization that we have recently formed.
You are invited to join us on this journey.