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Vida Valiente Estate Vineyard:
Planted in 2018 to four Cabernet Sauvignon clones, the VV Estate is composed of the Cortina soil series: extremely well drained cobbled rock and sand. The vineyard is also laced with large chunks of black obsidian, hence the name Glass Mountain, which borders it. This incredible site was formed after thousands of years of alluvial fallout, slowly creating this unique composition.
This site lies in the heart of St. Helena, nestled amongst some of the most prestigious vineyards of the Napa Valley, and can only be reached by driving through the beautiful local cemetery. The site was developed by Jim Barbour in 2015, and budded to three clones of Cabernet Sauvignon in 2016. The unique soil composition was formed by alluvial fallout of sand and rock and sits on the edge of Sulfur Creek.
Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard:
The well-drained, gravelly soils provide an ideal canvas for Cabernet to flourish. Working with Beckstoffer To Kalon fruit is exciting for many reasons. We are working in the newest redeveloped section which gives us the ability to be the first to produce wine from our incredible block. 2021 Vintage marked the first harvest out of the newly redeveloped section of To Kalon.
High Ranch Vineyard:
An exposed saddle of rock and well-drained earth, this site sits at a much higher elevation than most of the other vineyards in Coombsville. When first planted in 2018, Sam worked together with the Gutterson family and Mike Wolf to select the ideal Cabernet Sauvignon to plant. This south east location of the Coombsville AVA is greatly influenced from the cool, early morning fog from the San Francisco Bay.