We first moved to Suisun Valley in 1988, simply looking for open surroundings but quickly fell in love. It’s a natural environment, but still has the closeness to the city that we both enjoy. Suisun Valley is a perfect fit for us, and it’s a recognized and well respected California wine grape growing region of the North Coast. Suisun Valley was granted AVA status on Dec 27, 1982 and as such is the 12th oldest AVA in California
What we’re known for
When it came time to make wine, we wanted to see what unique qualities winemakers were enjoying in Suisun Valley grapes. They were receiving high scores from wine critics, and that made us very curious. The first vintage was the 2005 King Andrews Vineyards Suisun Valley Syrah, and ever since we’ve become known for small lot, handcrafted wines. We experiment with alternative varietals in the vineyards and bring some in ourselves, (such as Albarino) when the site fits the grape.
Suisun Valley Wine Co-op featured winery
We’re proud to be featured at the Suisun Valley Wine Co-op, where our limited production wines are tasted and sold Thursday through Sunday year round. It’s very rewarding to share these wines with visitors. We pride ourselves on educating customers about every winemaking detail and love it when they taste it- and their face lights up! We offer wines at very affordable prices, from $21.00 to $31.00, and hope to welcome you soon.
King Andrews wines are only sold at the Suisun Valley Wine Co-op, including Suisun Valley and Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah Maya’s Red Blend Six Pac (a 6 grape blend) Albariño, Pet Nat Albariño, and Dry Rose’. Under a second label know as Shale Peak Vineyards, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel are produced.
King Andrews Vineyards Wines: Albariño, Cabernet Sauvignon, Dry Rose', Petite Sirah, Pinot Poir, Red Blends, Syrah, Zinfandel