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Stagecoach Vineyard Napa Valley

Stagecoach Vineyard is one of the most ambitious vineyard developments to date. Situated upon a stagecoach trail from the 1800s, this 800-acre vineyard was planted around enormous rocks and boulders atop the eastern hills of Napa Valley. At nearly 1,500 feet above the valley floor, this vineyard consistently produces bold, age-worthy wines from it’s famously red, rocky, volcanic soils.

Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, Marsanne

Planted: 1995-present

Soil: Rocky mixed with red/yellow/pink clay loam and various volcanic soils

Site/Climate: Chaparral slopes, 1200-1750 ft elevation, above the fog line.