About Wolff Vineyards
Wolff Vineyards is located on 125 acres of ecologically friendly, certified sustainable property just minutes from downtown San Luis Obispo, scenic beaches, and major tourist attractions. The property is 4.5 miles from the Pacific Ocean providing the vineyard with a cool coastal marine influence. The vineyard was planted in 1976 with 55 acres of Chardonnay grapes by one of the Edna Valley’s wine-growing pioneers, Andy MacGregor. The new owners, Jean-Pierre and Elke Wolff, renamed the vineyard in 1999 when they acquired and expanded it and added their artisan winery.
Today the vineyard includes 53 acres of Chardonnay, 34 acres of Pinot Noir, 14 acres of planted Teroldego, Syrah, Petite Sirah, and Riesling.
Wolff Vineyard’s winemaking philosophy is very simple: wine is made in the vineyard utilizing minimal intervention. The cool coastal climate of the Edna Valley influences the characteristic of our wines. The winery is designed specifically for small lots allowing close control of every aspect of the vinification.