VINEYARD MANAGEMENT

Noble Vineyard Management is a full-service, wine grape development and management company providing applied viticulture expertise to certified sustainable, organic and biodynamic farms located in Mendocino, Lake and Sonoma Counties. In addition to development and management services, Noble assists clients with grape marketability, regulatory compliance and general farm maintenance.  Noble’s values are outlined in its Mission and Vision Statements.

Mission Statement: “To employ traditional and innovative farming practices that ensure consistent, high quality grapes while enhancing economic sustainability, environmental stewardship and social equity of California’s North Coast wine grape industry.“

Vision Statement: “To be the most effective vineyard management partner to those farms and wineries that are relentless in their passion for producing premium wine grapes and crafting superb wines of distinction; to build deep relationships with the land and our clients.”

The principals and management team of Noble are directly involved in local farming and public policy organizations. With hot button issues around land and resource use, sustainable farming practices and labor becoming more intense, Noble places a high value on being engaged with the community to help ensure agricultural interests are served. The business of managing a farm has become more complex in light of ever evolving regulation and reporting requirements. In addition to farming with economies of scale, Noble offers Clients enhanced efficiencies with expert experience in managing third-party certifiers along with regulatory compliance and reporting.

Noble’s business philosophy is based on the principles of simplicity, transparency and accountability. Noble’s dedicated Leads, Forman, Field Crew and office personnel along with our up-to-date fleet of equipment work to ensure each job is done efficiently and effectively.

Noble is a Federally and State licensed Farm Labor Contractor, certified sustainable management company by CSWA and Lodi Rules (pending final review), and an active participant in California’s North Coast wine industry.