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Half Moon Bay Winery

Half Moon Bay Vineyard lies on this north facing limestone ridge (the ancient shore of Lake Iroquois) covered in 8 inches of Farmington loam, gravel and more

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Half Moon Bay Vineyard lies on this north facing limestone ridge (the ancient shore of Lake Iroquois) covered in 8 inches of Farmington loam, gravel and more
Products: Our vineyard vision began from a love of nature and a desire to cultivate and process our own grapes. Like all grape growers we wanted land that had optimum growing conditions….a gentle south facing slope, deep gravelly soil and good drainage.
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Half Moon Bay Vineyard lies on this north facing limestone ridge (the ancient shore of Lake Iroquois) covered in 8 inches of Farmington loam, gravel and more

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