Lieff Alamo Creek Ranch sits in a small pristine valley nestled against the rugged terrain of the Los Padres National Forest. You’ll find us along Alamo Creek Road in southern San Luis Obispo County just off Highway 166 past Twitchell Reservoir. Our Ranch enjoys excellent and very specific terroir and is a perfect location for our 40 acre vineyard of Grenache, Syrah and Sauvignon Blanc, and Viognier.
We are now producing our own estate wines at Lieff Alamo Creek Ranch Vineyard and thrilled to have Mikael Sigouin, formerly of Beckmen Vineyards, as our winemaker. We look forward to our new releases of Sauvignon Blanc, Grenache, Syrah and Rumination very soon! Lieff Alamo Creek Ranch Rosé will be available in April, while our Rumination is scheduled for release in May.
Lieff Wines is proud to offer our premium wine grapes for sale to such illustrious vintners as Robert Hall, Bonne Doon Wines, Margerum Wine Company, Beckstoffer Wines, Kaena Wines, Brander Wines, and Sans Liege among others.
Our Grenache is Alban and Clone 1. Our Syrah is Clones 877, 470, 383 and 174. Our Sauvignon Blanc is Clone 1 SB from Rutherford.
Along with our devotion to making wines, Lieff Wines is dedicated to animal welfare and environmental conservation. We have donated more than 2,000 acres of pristine wilderness to the San Luis Obispo Land Conservancy. We love San Luis Obispo County and are so happy to have had a role in preserving some of its glorious wilderness.
We are also proud of our commitment to animal welfare through the founding of Davey’s Voice for the Protection of Animals Nonprofit 501(c)(3).