Corfu Crossing is home to some of our oldest vineyard plantings on the Royal Slope. Sustainably farmed on the Frenchman Hills near our Scarline and La Reyna Blanca sites, ranging up to 1,675 feet in elevation with a south-facing slope. 64 acres. Planted 2003-2010.
Cabernet Sauvignon: Clone 6
Grenache: Clones 3, Tablas Creek
Pinot Gris: Clones 1, 9
Riesling: Clones 2, 9, 12, 90
Roussanne: Clone Tablas Creek
Viognier: Clone 1
ABOUT THE NAME
The naming inspiration for Corfu Crossing came from a trail over the hillside that was used by early settlers to the Corfu area to access water when it was unavailable to them during portions of the year. Corfu, now considered a ghost town, is just south of the Royal Slope.
Adkins very fine sandy loam and Taunton silt loam at a depth of 12-24 inches on top of fractured basalt
8' x 4'