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Cliff Lede Vineyards    

Cliff Lede VineyardsOwner Cliff Lede, viticulturalist David Abreu, Winemaker Michelle Edwards, and consultant Michel Rolland have come together to form an unrivalled team, making the most of this remarkable property. Completed in time for crush 2005, the new state-of-the-art gravity-flow winery boasts a berry-by-berry storage ensure access to . . . (707) 944-8642

Clos Du Val Winery  

Clos Du Val WineryIn 1970, American businessman John Goelet sent French-born winemaker Bernard Portet off with a passport and a mission to find new territory with the potential to produce world-class wines. Two years and five continents later, Portet landed in California. Portet got a sense of Napa Valley’s microclimates by driving through the area with his arm out the car window . . .

Hartwell Vineyards  

Clos Du Val WineryBob Hartwell's passion for wine stems from his decades as an avid collector. Bob, a fourth generation Californian, has over thirty years of success in the aerospace and plumbing industries. As a successful manufacturer of quality products, Bob has never been a stranger to striving for quality over quantity at any cost. He has always known that the best quality . . .

Ilsley Vineyards  

Ilsley VineyardsNestled in the fertile hills of Napa Valley's Stags Leap District lie the Ilsley Vineyards. For three generations our family has provided grapes for some of Napa Valley's finest wines. Now after fifty years of farming, we have hand-selected grapes from our hillside vineyards to produce two limited production, estate wines, that we believe capture the essence of . . .

Pine Ridge Winery  

Pine Ridge WineryWhat does it take to make a world-class wine? Before setting out to make one of our own, we asked ourselves this fundamental question. Looking to the most esteemed winegrowing districts of France for our answer, we found that the greatest of the great embrace three principles: pride of ownership, profound stewardship of the land, and . . .

Quixote Winery  

Quixote WineryWe've spent decades working against the conventional wisdom of the Napa Valley. When Cabernet Sauvignon dominated the California wine industry, we passionately supported Petite Syrah. We still do. But a little cabernet is nice, too. We want to make good wine, not a good name. If our wine doesn't speak for itself, no signature will make . . .

Regusci Winery  

Regusci Winery"Ghost Winery" is the name given to the few remaining early Napa Valley wineries that were in existence between 1860 and 1900. Very few of these Ghost Wineries remain as the vineyards of most Napa Valley wineries were decimated by the phylloxera infestation of the 1890's. The economic depression of that decade was the final blow for many others . . .

Reynolds Family Winery    

Reynolds Family WineryMy interest in wine started when I was living in Germany as a young teenager. Wine was always part of our daily life and my father often took the whole family on wine tasting trips through Europe. At the time we’d curse him as we spent our day throwing rocks into a pond while he tasted. Now, of course, I’m grateful to him for sharing . . . (707) 258-2558

Robert Sinskey Vineyards  

Robert Sinskey VineyardsRob Sinskey is an atypical vintner. He is a native Californian and a wine guy who did not attend wine school. Instead, Rob received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Parsons School of Design in New York City, where the only thing happening in agriculture was conducted in apartment closets. Over the past twenty years he has grown his 100% organic . . .

Shafer Vineyards  

Shafer VineyardsShafer Vineyards traces its beginnings to 1972 when John Shafer left a 23-year career in the publishing industry and, with his family, moved to the Napa Valley to pursue a second career in wine. After purchasing a 210-acre estate in Napa Valley's Stags Leap District, the Shafer family faced the arduous task of replanting the existing vineyards, which dated . . .

Silverado Vineyards  

Silverado VineyardsA century later, the Miller family began the journey Stevenson described, establishing Silverado Vineyards in 1981. “It was beautiful land, and it was land that was working,” says Diane Miller of their first vineyards, purchased in the 1970s. Diane and Ron sold their grapes to some of Napa’s best vintners, who made award winning wines from them year after . . .

Stag's Leap Wine Cellars  

Stag's Leap Wine CellarsStag’s Leap Wine Cellars is best known for our estate-grown Cabernet Sauvignons—CASK 23, S.L.V., and FAY. Over the years, these wines have become some of the most highly regarded and collected wines worldwide. They are fashioned to express classic elegance, structure, and ageability, and to reflect the place in which they are grown.

Stag's Leap Winery  

Stag's Leap WineryWinemaking is traditional here, focused on a pure expression of the land. We didn’t invent winemaking; we just work hard at it. Everything is well-informed by experience and classic winemaking technique, but nothing is rote or formulaic. Decisions are made based on the fruit itself, and the conditions of each and every harvest. Our consistent quality of wines . . .

Steltzner Vineyards  

Steltzner VineyardsRichard Steltzner established his first Stags Leap District Vineyards in 1965 while concurrently engaging in vineyards management. Steltzner Vineyards' first commercial release was in 1977, and the Steltzner Family established their own modest facility in 1983, with a 3,000 case capacity here in the Stags Leap District. In 1989, Dick & Christine Steltzner began . . .

Taylor Family Vineyards  

Taylor Family VineyardsJerry and Pat Taylor, who have been married for fifty one years, are at the helm of our family. Jerry is the vineyard manager, taking care of the land from dawn till dusk - and sometimes beyond. Jerry had a day job until 1993, working on construction projects like the San Mateo Bridge and San Francisco’s Transamerica Building to finance his love for farming . . .

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