Started in 2001, Migration’s exploration began in the Anderson Valley after eight vintages of rigorous
experimentation to determine optimal Pinot Noir clones, terroir, and winemaking style. The result was the
ultimate small-lot cool-climate Pinot Noir boasting balanced flavors, acid, oak and tannins. This refined style
lends itself to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from other renowned cool-climate appellations that highlight lush
fruit, bright acidity and balanced oak influence. Migration produced its first Chardonnay in 2008, using fruit
from elite vineyard sources in the Russian River Valley. In 2016, Migration transitioned its Pinot Noir and
Chardonnay to the Sonoma Coast AVA.