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Cima Collina Winery/Tasting Room

(Restaurants/all dining)
19A East Carmel Valley Road Carmel Valley, CA, 93924
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15% off all wines EXCEPT wines already offered at special sale price


Not applicable on SALE wines.


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CIMA COLLINA is a small family-owned vineyard and winery that takes great pride in its association with the early history of Carmel Valley. Our tasting room is located in an old creamery constructed by one of the Valley’s early pioneers, William Hatton, in the late 19th century. Some of the earliest Monterey Jack cheese was made here.

Our tasting room has also served as Carmel Valley’s first post office, a stop for the stage to Tassajara Hot Springs, an art gallery, the Iron Kettle restaurant, and most recently the popular Fish House. Our estate vineyard is located about one half mile east of Carmel Valley Village on land that was originally part of another historic ranch owned by the Berta family.

CIMA COLLINA roughly translates to “hill top” and draws its name from the Hill Top ranch owned by the Lumpkin family. The vineyard was planted in 2002 and our first harvest was in 2005. There are approximately 4 acres of Pinot Noir vines and about one half an acre of Pinot Gris. The warm days and cool nights are ideal for nurturing Pinot Noir grapes. Not only the climate, but the soil and the chalk rock contribute to the unique favors of the wines produced from the grapes grown in this region.

CIMA COLLINA also purchases grapes from extraordinary growers – Chardonnay from the Salinas valley and Pinot Noir from the Santa Lucia Highlands. These are carefully hand picked and processed in our winery in Marina with careful attention to extracting the most exquisite flavors for our signature wines.

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