A pioneer in estate-grown, organic olive oil, Nan McEvoy was a trailblazer and a tireless promoter of the farm fresh food movement in the Bay Area. A combination of infectious passion and unwavering determination, plus the encouragement of her son, Nion, led to the planting of 25 acres of Pinot Noir and a diverse selection of Mediterranean varietals on the wind-swept slopes of McEvoy Ranch outside of Petaluma. Initially, the vines were inter-planted among the olive trees for wind/sun protection. Each wine is meticulously grown and made on the estate, with the purpose to accompany great food, spirited conversation and longtime friends.