Underwood Vineyards is located in Nevada County’s scenic Penn Valley where High Sierra mountains make their way to the valley. Sited at 1600-1800 feet in elevation, the beauty of flora from the valley mixes with all that grows above the ponderosa treeline. Three ridges rise on the western half of the land while two large bodies of water occupy the center. A lazy 60-acre meadow lies on the northern rim with an expansive grove of Old Growth oaks. Tree islands and hammocks stand in various locations while apricot and olive orchards rest elsewhere on the land. Acres of natural habitat are quietly scattered throughout. Wild turkeys, egrets, hawks, osprey and jackrabbits are often seen while wandering the grounds. Native grinding rocks and natural springs hide under tree canopies. Vistas of distant snowcapped mountains are everywhere.