Heath Vineyards is Carefully Planted According to Its Distinct Micro-climates

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Low Yields, High Rewards

Heath Vineyards is a devotion to low yield vines. Our target yield range is between 2 tons/acre to 3.5 tons/acre. It is the dedication to controlled yields that permits all these terroir driven vineyards to produce such rich, full-bodied wines.

West Side Paso Robles

Heath Vineyards is situated in the Willow Creek District located on the West side of Paso Robles.

A more mountainous area exposed directly to the coastal cooling air makes this an unparalleled terroir. Perfectly suited soil, steep hillsides and wide daily temperature swings of hot days and very cool nights create rich, intense flavors and aromas.

Green for the Grape

We respect our grapes, we use approaches that are sustainable whenever and wherever we can. We give back to the earth every year by mulching our prunings to return the nutrients to the soil.


Saxum Vineyards

Saxum Paderewski Vineyard 2016

Paderewski Vineyard
Paso Robles 2016

96 points
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate



Booker Wines

2016 Booker 'The Ones'

Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon


98 points
Jeb Dunnuck



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Linne Calado

2016 Linne Calodo "Sticks & Stones"

Paso Robles Red Blend


97 points
Jeb Dennuck



Heath Vineyards

Liberated from California, Vinted in the Republic of Texas

Available to existing Grape Creek Club Members.


L'Aventure Winery

2016 L'Aventure Cote A Cote Estate

Paso Robles Red

94 points
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate


The mountain side and mountain valley terroirs are separate in microclimates, soils, sun exposure, and in hi-lo temps.

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During the growing season, the vineyard can be subjected to daily highs of 95-110 degrees and lows into the 30's. The dramatic daily temperature swings are the result of the nightly coastal cold air mass from the Templeton Gap. The cool night air at night and in the mornings followed by warm sun that heats the air and vines in the afternoon combine to grow an ultra premium grape.

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Our vineyard is perfectly situated in the heart of Paso Robles’ ultra-premium red wine grape growing region. This recently appellated Paso Robles Willow Creek District AVA is home to a plethora of elevation variances. Heath Vineyards consists of predominately hillside limestone/shale slopes that rise from 1000 to 1200 ft over short distances requiring steep slope viticulture practices.

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The steep hillsides and river valley base vary in soil type and depth. Heath Vineyards contains 6 acres of valley containing rich river bottom soil with massive limestone boulders 4-6 feet beneath. The remaining 16 acres of mountain side vineyard cater to the Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Petite Verdot vines planted in limestone, with minimal topsoil and a massive limestone mountain underneath.

Many 90+ point wines have been nurtured from this estate and surrounding areas