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Estate Vineyard

Under the influence of Mt. Saint Helena, at the northern end of the Napa Valley Floor lies eleven planted acres of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc vines. These vines are planted in well draining alluvial soil in an east to west row pattern, allowing the grapes to soak up sunshine and develop unique and bright varietal expression that are then lovingly crafted into the wines you know.

The Fortuna Vineyard

At the base of the sloping Oakville bench on the Western side of the Oakville appellation facing Southwest, sits the Fortuna Ranch. Located on the Silverado Trail, the 59 acre vineyard features ancient red volcanic soils from the adjoining Vaca Range that produce darker fruit notes with an identifiable spice box component.

The Kenefick Ranch Vineyard

Kenefick Ranch consists of 125 acres located at the foothills of the Palisades Mountains in Calistoga. This bench land beauty has the ability to ripen any varietal earlier than most parts of Napa Valley. Excellent drainage, rocky soils, warm Calistoga days and cools nights bless this site with rich, boastful grapes that fill our wines with stunning blue fruits yet compliment them with polished structure.

The Amoenus Vineyard

Located in the beautiful and remote Western rolling hills of Calistoga in the Napa Valley just beneath Mount St. Helena, this just might be our favorite place on Earth to sneak away under an old Oak tree. The 101- acre Amoenus Vineyard features a variety of volcanic soils. The higher elevations and exposures in this part of the Valley are influenced by the ocean air and fog, which cools the fruit at night and provides good acidity with dark cherry notes. Wines from this vineyard have a density of flesh, plush mid palate and a unique minerality.

The Toffanelli Vineyard

The historical vineyard located at the top of the Napa Valley near the town of Calistoga now stands as one of the last examples of pre-World War II grape growing. The 40 acres of head-trained grapes are managed with an organic philosophy and without the use of irrigation. These methods, which are still employed today, were once the norm throughout the Napa Valley; no irrigation, no trellis systems, and an organic philosophy.