- Organically Certified
- Established in 1981
- Heart of the Adelaida District
“Our vineyards are some of the most dramatically beautiful in the world, and my goal is to ensure that the wines we produce reflect this distinction—both through our farming practices and through the winemaking.”
Jeremy Weintraub has been winemaker at Adelaida Vineyards & Winery in Paso Robles, California, since 2013. Before that he was winemaker at Seavey Vineyard in Napa Valley, and before that he had winemaking and winegrowing roles on the Central Coast of California. He also held a fellowship at Tenuta Tignanello in Italy and he completed internships in Central Otago and Martinborough, New Zealand, as well as on Long Island. He earned a Masters Degree in Viticulture and Enology from UC Davis and received scholarships through the James Beard Foundation and The Wine Spectator, among others.
Where the Wine is Made
Adelaida’s seven meticulous vineyards span across distinct areas of mountainous terrain characterized by chalk-rock limestone soils, afternoon blasts of cool coastal air, and a daily 40 to 50 degree temperature swing. By taking advantage of the unique soil, elevation, and microclimates on the property, Adelaida maximizes fruit quality and expression of site in the final wines.