Wine from U.S.A.
You will find below, listed by alphabetical order, some of the most prestigious wine estates from the U.S.A.
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In 1981, Christian Moueix discovered the historic Napanook vineyard, located west of Yountville. In 1982, he started to develop the vineyard and, in 1995, became its sole owner. He chose the name ‘Dominus’ or’ lord of the estate’ in Latin to underscore his longstanding commitment to stewardship of the land. Wines are made from a blend of Bordeaux varietals.
Eisele Vineyard (Named Araujo Estate Wines before 2016)
The aim of Eisele Vineyard is to produce organically and biodynamically grown fruit and make singular wines of the highest calibre. The Eisele Vineyard was originally planted in the 1880s with Zinfandel and Riesling and has been under vine continuously since then. The first Cabernet was planted in 1964. To produce the estate's flagship wine, three-quarters of the 15.38 hectares of Eisele Vineyard is dedicated to Cabernet Sauvignon and its companion varieties, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.
Founded in 1984, Harlan Estate is located in the western hills of Oakville, California, in the heart of the Napa Valley. Consisting 97 hectares the property rises in elevation from 68 to 374 meters above sea level. The aim of the Estate is to produce a California "First Growth" from the hills of Oakville.
The name Jonata pays homage to the 1845 Spanish land grant, Rancho San Carlos de Jonata.
The Jonata name was borrowed by the first pioneers from the local Chumash Indian and means “tall oak”. The estate is mainly committed to Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Syrah. Out of the 237 hectares acres acquired by Stan Kroenke, the owner of Screaming Eagle, only 34 bear vines today.
Sir Peter started Peter Michael Winery in 1983 aiming to make wine in the terroir-driven tradition of Burgundy and Bordeaux, under the California sun and in California soil. The estate produces three Cabernet blends, four Pinot Noirs, two blends of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, and six Chardonnays. All but one of the wines produced are estate- and all are crafted by hand and in limited production.
The vineyard and winery are located at 61 meters elevation near the top of Spring Mountain in the western hills of the Napa Valley. The oldest vines are now from 1985 and the youngest were planted in 1997. The 4 hectares vineyard is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The vineyard is farmed using organic practices and all the wines are estate-bottled.
Ridge Vineyards is a California winery specializing in Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel and Chardonnay wines. In 1962, Ridge made its first Monte Bello, and two years later its first zinfandel. The 1971 Monte Bello Cabernet Sauvignon gained prominence for its fifth-place finish in the 1976 Judgment of Paris wine tasting. Ridge is the largest farmer of organically certified grapes in Sonoma County and the Santa Cruz Mountains appellations.
Silver Oak began over a handshake between two friends with a bold vision: focus on one varietal, Cabernet Sauvignon, aged exclusively in American oak and worthy of cellaring for decades to come.
Ray Twomey Duncan, a Colorado entrepreneur who began investing in California vineyards in the late 1960s, and Justin Meyer, a Christian Brothers-trained winemaker, co-founded Silver Oak out of a Napa Valley dairy barn in 1972,
The Hilt estate is located in the Central Coast’s Santa Rita Hills, close to the ocean, and focuses on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The Hilt Estate is made up of three distinct vineyards Bentrock, Radian, and Puerto del Mar. The two distinct ridges, Bentrock and Radian, define the property and are the primary sources for the three tiers of The Hilt’s wines: The Old Guard, The Vanguard and Estate.