Rombauer Vineyards acquired three premium vineyards in April totaling 154 vine acres in the California appellations of Carneros-Sonoma, Sonoma Valley and Fiddletown. The acquisitions include the Haire Vineyard in Carneros-Sonoma, the Carriger Vineyard in Sonoma Valley and a vineyard in the Fiddletown AVA of Amador County, bringing the family-owned winery’s estate and leased vineyards to a total of 830 planted vine acres. The 52-acre Haire Vineyard in Carneros has been a source of Chardonnay for Rombauer for nearly two decades. The Carriger Vineyard on the southwestern reach of Sonoma Valley is a historical AVA with a tradition of winegrowing dating back over 150 years and is the source for Rombauer’s Sauvignon Blanc. The Fiddletown AVA in Amador County, an acquisition of 90 acres with 13 planted to old vine Zinfandel, will be planted with an additional 50 acres to Zinfandel and Barbera.