Viluko Vineyards is a 22 acre rocky-hillside vineyard in Sonoma's wild Mayacamas Mountains. Perched between 600 and 1100 feet, classic Bordeaux and Burgundy varietals (Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Sauvignon Blanc; Chardonnay) thrive in our unique range of alluvial and volcanic soils.
Pedro and Karen Arroyo founded Viluko in 2005, bringing together a history of Chilean winemaking and some good old-fashioned back-to-the-land, 1970's California attitude. Our award-winning winemaker Tim Milos has shared their vision since the beginning, crafting terroir-driven wines with minimal intervention and traditional techniques.
At Viluko, we farm organically because we believe that it's the most responsible way to promote a healthy, sustainable environment for the vines and our community. Farming organically allows us to live our values and produce wine that represents the richest and truest expression of our land.
In 2017, the Tubbs Fire devastated our vineyards. Like so many around us, we lost more than we could have imagined. It's been a heartache and a privilege to steward the land as we work to recover together.