Situated in the southeastern corner of the Napa Valley, in the foothills of the Vaca Mountain range, is Lambert Vineyard. This 6-acre vineyard is planted on shallow, rocky soils and benefits from the morning fog and cool afternoon breezes that are drawn in from the San Pablo Bay. This microclimate slows premature sugar accumulation and encourages flavor and phenolic maturity.
ST. HELENA AVA
Two vineyards located in the southeast and southwest corners of the City of Saint Helena are the source of our Sauvignon Blanc and a portion of our Cabernet Sauvignon. These vineyards are made up of alluvial soils that allow for minimal irrigation inputs during the growing season. The narrow distance between the Mayacama Range to the west and Vaca Mountains to the east contain the heat during the day and funnel in a cool breeze during the night, resulting in dramatic temperature swings which create ideal growing conditions for Bordeaux grapes.
OAK KNOLL AVA
The Red Hen Vineyard sits at the base of Mount Veeder, just north of the City of Napa. The alluvial soils have a high rock and gravel content that inhibit high vigor and favor vine balance. This site’s proximity to the San Pablo Bay and its cooling breezes help to produce fruit with elegance and finesse.