Hand farmed.

From our vineyards to your table.

Cavaletti Vineyards produces vineyard-driven wines from Ventura, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara Counties. We partner with vineyards growing exceptional fruit from the cool coastal hills to the arid plains of the high desert.

We make limited production wines that are released directly to our mailing list customers twice per year.

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The 109 Mile Rosé

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The 109 Mile Syrah

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Recent Blog Posts

2018 Cavaletti Vineyards Grape Harvest – by the numbers

Number of counties sourced from - 4  Number of vineyards sourced from  - 8 Highest vineyard elevation - 2956 Lowest vineyard elevation - 433 Tons harvested - 10 First harvest day - August 7 Last harvest day - November 1 Length of harvest - 85 days Earliest start to picking - 4:15 AM Latest finish to picking - 11:00 PM Number of picks - 15 Shortest number of hours to pick 1000 lbs - [...]

Reflections on the 2018 Season

Santa Ynez Valley Nebbiolo on the vine in early November Our third harvest season will go down as the longest and most challenging so far.  The annual grape harvest in our region normally lasts six weeks. It begins with harvesting Tempranillo for rosé in August from the high desert of Los Angeles County and then finishes either in coastal Ventura County or Santa Ynez around six weeks later.  In 2018, our first fruit of [...]

November and December Wine Events

Nov. 17th - 12-3:30  Join us at Milkfarm Artisan Cheese Shop in Eagle Rock for a Thanksgiving holiday wine pouring   Nov. 28th 6:00 to 9:00 PM @ Red Herring - 1661 Colorado Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90041 Join us at Red Herring for a fun dinner party on Wednesday, November 28 at 6:00 p.m where Chef Woodall riffs on classic L.A. street food paired with locally made wines. Breaking the mold of “wine dinner” norms, [...]

The 2018 Grape Harvest Has Begun!

August 7th kicked off our 2018 harvest in Los Angeles County with 1000 lbs of Tempranillo from the Swayze Vineyard in Neenach destined for rosé wine. This marks the earliest date that we've begun harvest, but only about a week or two. Tempranillo is an early-ripening variety,  this is a warm, high desert location, and grapes for rosé are harvested at lower sugar levels and higher acidity. The fruit looked gorgeous this year and although [...]