Foggy Bridge Winery: winery information
Winemaker: Daryl Grrom
Daryl hails from Australia where he began his career in wine with Penfolds. He was eventually promoted to red wine maker and was responsible for crafting the highly acclaimed Grange wine. He moved to the United States to oversee winemaking at Sonoma County's Geyser Peak winery, which eventually became part of Beam Wine Estates where he also influenced the wine at Gary Farrell, Wild Horse and Buena Vists Carneros. Daryl lives in Healdsburg with his wife Lisa and four children.
Annual Production: 2,000 cases
Foggy Bridge owns approximately 90 acres of vines in the San Francisco Bay appellation, planted to Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. These grapes are all farmed organically and are bottled under the G.E.O. label which stands for Green, Earth, Origin.
Grape Varieties Planted