History

From the blue hills of the Capay Valley, across generations of tradition.

For thousands of years, Native American people have lived in the oak forests, rolling hills and grasslands in California’s Capay Valley, tending the national resources and creating eternal bonds with the land. Today much of this land is planted with vineyards, olive trees and the bounty of carefully nurtured crops.

2004

spring

Nine acres of Viognier, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes planted

2008

spring

82 acres Arbequina Olives planted

2010

spring

Golf Course Grapes planted to Petite Sirah, Petite Verdot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Malbec

2010

summer

Development of Séka Hills

2011

summer

Viognier, our first vintage of wine, is released

2011

spring

Groundbreaking of Olive Mill

2011

fall

First Olive Harvest

2012

spring

Séka Hills launch

2012

spring

20 acres of medium density Picual, Frantoio and Taggiasca olives planted

2012

fall

Olive mill becomes operational

2013

spring

24 acres medium density Picual olives planted

2013

fall

Séka Hills honey is launched

2013

fall

Groundbreaking on Tasting Room.

2014

fall

Grand opening of Tasting Room

2014

fall

Seasoned Nuts released

2015

spring

Séka Hills Club launched

2015

fall

Taggiasca, Frantoio and Picual olive oils released

2016

spring

Beef jerky released

2016

fall

Harvest tops 50,000 gallons of production