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Vineyards

WALISER VINEYARD
      The Waliser Vineyard is the original and flagship vineyard for Beresan. The vineyard was started in 1997 and began producing grapes in 2000. It is comprised of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet  Franc and covers 8.5 acres. The vineyard is planted on an ancient dry river bed, a unique and special site to produce high quality grapes for our wines.
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YELLOW JACKET VINEYARD
    This vineyard is planted on land that the Waliser family produced peaches and apples on for many years. It was planted with Cabernet Sauvignon in 1999 and Syrah in 2001.  The name "Yellow Jacket" refers to the county road that accesses the 7.5 acre vineyard.

BERESAN ESTATE VINEYARD
   The vineyard is comprised of Cabernet Franc and Sémillon and is approximately 5 acres. It is planted on a terrace above the winery and on land surrounding the Waliser home. Planted in 1996, the Estate Vineyards are located next to Pepper Bridge Vineyard, which Tom Waliser also farms.