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Fine Wines. Organic Vines. 45 Nature hates a monoculture. RSVs 200 acres of vineyard land is primarily about grapes but we also leave dozens of acres fallow with permanent wild areas and natural habitat for beneficial insects and predators. We want to take advantage of natures checks and balances to do the work for us. But more than that RSV is inspired by the historical farm. In times past wine grapes grew as part of a rich regional culinary tradition. The food of the region informed and possibly drove the wine industry creating natural pairings handed down through generations. RSVs vineyards are a haven for honey bees birds of prey vibrant flowers bountiful fruit orchards and lush vegetable gardens. The bounty from each season complements our wine adds dimension to RSV dinner menus sparks creative ideas and lifts the senses.