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Bud Break in Napa Valley

Spring is here in the beautiful Napa Valley. Long overdue rains finally returned to California in February, and so far, March has been full of sunshine. The vineyards are all neatly pruned now, and the dormant grapevine buds are beginning to swell and open to new green shoots. The timing of bud b...

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The Growing Season through June

Napa, July 1st 2015

The Growing Season through June

The 2015 growing season got off to a very early start, thanks to a warm and mild winter. Most grapevines in Napa Valley woke from dormancy about 3 to 4 weeks earlier than average. Early...

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Veraison in Napa Valley

It is late July, and we are enjoying beautiful summer weather here in the Napa Valley. Daytime high temperatures will generally range between 75 to 95 degrees (24-35 C) and the nights will cool down the high 50’s (14 C). Daytime high temperatures will vary widely throughout the valley and hills, whi...

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Napa Harvest 2015

25 September- Napa, CA

Napa Harvest 2015

The 2015 vintage in Napa Valley will be long remembered for events that occurred to our north in Lake County. Following three years of drought in Northern California, the wilderness areas were hit...

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See how our Cabernet Sauvignon is made

Napa Valley is known worldwide for the exceptional quality of its Cabernet Sauvignon. The region’s rich and varied soils combined with Napa’s many microclimates offer the perfect conditions to create wines with dense, dark fruit character and complexity. [embed]https://youtu.be/uY1gFhKnK_s[/embed...