Latchford Ranch & Vineyard – Paso Robles, California
Located off scenic Highway 46 West in the Paso Robles appellation, Latchford Ranch & Vineyard offers 101± acres of pristine ranch land in the Templeton gap.
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This family owned and operated vineyard is committed to the creation of hand tooled old world wines. Situated on the west side of Paso Robles, the vineyard is rich with limestone soil, coastal micro climates and south facing hills perfectly suited to growing Rhone Varietals. This specialized vineyard produces small lots of complex, full bodied wine.
The 34±-acre vineyard is planted as follows:
• 16± acres Cabernet Sauvignon:
12± acres Clone 8, Rootstock 1103P, Planted 1998
4± acres Clone 4 from Argentina, Rootstock 5C
(Planted Pinot Noir in 1998, grafted to Clone 4 Argentina Cabernet in 2011)
• 4.5± acres Zinfandel planted in 2008, Clone ZIN08 & PO3, Rootstock 110R
• 4± acres Grenache planted in 2007/2008, Clone 513BE, 136BE and 420A, Rootstock 110R
• 3± acres Syrah planted in 2008, Clone 1103P, Rootstock 1103P
• 3± acres Mourvèdre planted in 2008, Clone 369 & 450, Rootstock Fercal
• 2.5-3± acres Tempranillo planted in 2007, Clone 777RE and Cay 01, Rootstock 1103
• 0.5± acre Carmenere planted in 2007, Clone 1, Rootstock 1103P
• 0.5± acre Malbec, planted in 2007, Clone COT595, Rootstock 1103P
The extensive equestrian facilities feature a 4914± square foot, 12-stall barn, complete with a horse bath and vet stall. The barn is also improved with a 914± square foot one bedroom, one bathroom apartment and an air conditioned office with one-half bathroom. These horse facilities are further complemented with round-pen, two riding arenas, six fenced pastures, a 1800± square foot hay barn and riding trails.
Latchford Ranch & Vineyard is zoned Agriculture and is under Williamson Act Contract, APN’s: 040-051-013 & 026
There are a total of six wells—two for domestic and animal use; the three agricultural wells, which are interconnected and used to fill vineyard irrigation tanks on top of the hill, typically produce about 45gpm. In early spring they produce nearly twice this amount. A gravity fed system is used to reduce power usage during agricultural irrigation. The sixth well was recently drilled and capped.
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