As the birthplace of Napa Valley’s commercial wine industry, Appellation St. Helena has it all. From small, tightly allocated brands to larger, multi-generational estates, the fruit grown and wines produced in this AVA are diverse, exciting, and distinct. Our organization is made up of members with an unrelenting spirit of excellence and collaboration who work together to share knowledge and innovations that help to constantly raise the bar on what it means to be world-class.
We invite you to use the menu to the left to learn a little more about our growers. However, most vineyard sites are not open to the public.
“We have three different vineyards in the St. Helena appellation – Bourn, Dr. Crane, and Las Piedras – which are all heritage vineyards that were planted in the 19th century. In grape growing, the total is more than the sum of its parts, more than soil and climate. St. Helena is a grape growing region that has proven itself over a long, long time.”
Andy Beckstoffer, Grower, Beckstoffer Vineyards