Farley Peak sits at about 3000 feet just south of Laytonville in northern Mendocino County. Production levels are restricted to about 2 tons per acre.
The grapes were destemmed, not crushed, and fermented in open vats, with the must being punched down manually every 6 hours for 5 days. After pressing and a short period in a settling tank, the wine was racked to new Hungarian Oak cooperage. The wine was lightly filtered before bottling.
Typical Rhone style wine. Good tannins and extract.