The farm at hopland
Nestled in the small town of Hopland in Mendocino County, Campovida is ninety minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Steeped in small-town history, Hopland lends a comforting and simplistic feel for Campovida visitors. Many of our guests mention their journey to the winery feels like coming home, taking a deep breathe of fresh air, or like driving the hillsides of Italy.
We take heart in honoring the legacy of this land. Many stewards have cared for the land that Campovida now sits atop. Most barns built on Campovida property have been here since the 1890s, back when the main regional crop was hops. We gain perspective every time we remember how young our barns are next to to the 500-year-old valley oak trees that surround the property.
As our guests, we invite you to take in all 50-acres of our sprawling family-loved certified organic farm and working vineyard. Our lush gardens, organic vineyards, magical spaces, and tasting room will nourish and delight you. We invite Pura Vida members, and our tasting guests to happily stroll our Garden of Gardens with wine glass in hand.
Visit our Taste of Place with a different sampling of 6 varietals each week. Campovida wines are dynamic, and pure in flavor notes. Each Saturday at 11, our Garden Master, Ken Boek leads guests through the Hopland garden with full glasses. Offering private winery tours by appointment.
Our members and private event guests often book retreats to sleep amongst the stars, and our vines. Choose from one of our 10 farmhouse-modern suites with all the creature comforts you'll want, including a saltwater pool fit for the most enthusiastic sunbather.
Start a bocce competition with friends, or bring a picnic blanket to enjoy your favorite Campovida beauties in a bottle along with your goodies. These grounds were crafted for strolling. See if you can find our dwarf orchard, and please don't leave without waving goodbye to our ladies in the chicken coop.
You will find our estate winery just off the 101 in Northern California. Please follow these instructions versus GPS or Google Maps, as they can't seem to locate our hidden gem.
From the South: Take highway 101 north past Healdsburg and Cloverdale. Watch as the 101 narrows to just two lanes with very little traffic and look for the sign that says "Old River Road." Turn right at Old River Road and follow for about 1 mile. Turn right into our tree-lined driveway just before the first stop sign. You will immediately enter into our nature zone and it is time to exhale. You have arrived.
From the North: We are just 12 minutes south of Ukiah. Take highway 101 south through the town of Hopland. Watch for the Highway 175 sign and take a left. Drive less than 1 mile, where the road will curve and you will see a stop sign. Stop. As long as our private gate is open, go straight into our tree-lined driveway. You will immediately enter into our nature zone and it is time to exhale. You have arrived.