We are proud members of these outstanding grape growing and winemaking organizations that assist us in our journey as we strive to create high quality wines while adhering to sustainable vineyard and winemaking practices.
The Napa Valley Vintners nonprofit trade association has been cultivating excellence since 1944 by inspiring its 550 members to consistently produce wines of the highest quality, to provide environmental leadership and to care for the extraordinary place they call home.
The Napa Valley Grapegrowers is a community of wine industry leaders committed to working together to advance the heritage and reputation of the Napa Valley appellation and are passionate about helping growers produce quality grapes in a sustainable fashion that enhance their value and preserve Napa's long history of world-class winegrapes.
Located at the southern end of the Napa Valley floor, and just north of downtown Napa, the Oak Knoll District American (OKD) Viticulture Area holds more than 8,300 acres. It’s characterized by a cool, moderate climate due to its proximity to the San Pablo Bay and the coastal fog that blows in from the Pacific Coast. This results in optimal growing conditions and is home to more than 18 diverse grape varieties planted in this sub-appellation of Napa Valley.
The Napa County Farm Bureau is the public policy and political leader for Napa Valley’s world class agriculture. It is the oldest and largest industry organization in the Napa Valley.