We stand for our place of origin, which enables us to produce a truly great Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, dirt to bottle. We tend to the vines and fruit from our curated portfolio of estate vineyards through- out Oakville and in Calistoga. We’re immensely proud to own and sustainably farm these exceptional pieces of land, reflecting some of the best terroir the Napa Valley has to offer. Our sites give us a true fingerprint of place and produce wines that are balanced, complex and exceptional in quality.

leopoldina vineyard

62 acres

Situated high on the crest of the Oakville Bench in the Oakville appellation in the Vaca Range, the expansive view extends throughout the Valley, from Calistoga to the San Francisco Bay. Also known as Weitz Vineyard the 62-acre Southwest facing vineyard features scarce, volcanic rock soil. It’s an extreme growing environment and truly unique site that gives us spectacular and complex fruit that lends fine texture and structured tannins to the wines.

fortuna vineyard

59 acres

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 not too far from our estate winery, 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.

amoenus vineyard

101 acres

Located in the beautiful and remote Western rolling hills of Calistoga in the Napa Valley toward 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.

turnbull vineyard

14 acres

Turnbull’s original historic vineyard site of 14 acres lies at the northern boundary of the Oakville appellation along Highway 29. This flat, gentle Eastern slope surrounds our estate winery and features bale loam clay soils. Wines from this vineyard have a remarkable brightness, with primary red fruit flavors.