Halleck Vineyard a family owned and operated property in Central Sonoma County. Ross and Jennifer Halleck are in charge of the winemaking process from vine to bottle. They started their vineyard to provide a college fund for their 3 boys, Connor, Adam, and Quinn.
Before starting the family venture, Jennifer worked under Greg Lafollette at Tandem Winery, at J Vineyards and Winery, and for West Coast Wines. Ross also has considerable knowledge about the wine industry.
John Caldwell provided guidance for planting the vineyard, and the Hallecks selected Dijon Clones 667, 777, and 116. The vines are situated on a hill overlooking the Russian River Valley at an elevation of about 900 feet above sea level.
In addition to their Estate Grown Pinot Noir, Halleck Vineyard also makes the 2005 Little Sister Sauvignon Blanc, 2005 Three Sons Cuvee Pinot Noir, 2005 The Farm Vineyards Pinot Noir, and 2005 Hallberg Vineyard Pinot Noir.