Husch Vineyards Farms
Husch Vineyards was the first winery in Anderson Valley and has vineyards planted in the 1970s on the 23-acre home ranch. Third generation owners Zac Robinson and Amanda Robinson Holstine protect all areas of the vineyard with cover crops and no-till practices. Mill Creek and Lazy Creek form the borders of the property and have well-vegetated riparian corridors. Other sites include Nash Mill Vineyard.
Nash Mill Vineyard
This small vineyard borders Mill Creek where a saw mill once operated. Nash Mill Vineyard is a small 4-acre vineyard nestled in a forested 40-acre site on Mill Creek, north of Whipple Ridge at the edge of Anderson Valley. Zac Robinson manages this vineyard using no-till methods and cover crops to protect water quality in Mill Creek.