Duckhorn Vineyards Farms
This 20-acre site on the eastern side of Napa Valley is named after a 75-year old cork oak growing in the middle of the vineyards. The vines are set back from the small creek that runs through the edge of the property.
This 10-acre site borders the Napa River where invasive, non-native Arundo donax is frequently removed. Vineyards are managed with cover crops and surround the winery and tasting room.
Monitor Ledge Vineyard
The 43.5 acre Monitor Ledge Vineyard is located on the Selby Creek alluvial fan on the volcanic side of the upper Napa Valley. The largely dry Selby Creek fan supports drought-tolerant plants such as pine and manzanita.
This 17-acre site is located along the western side of St. Helena. Sustainable methods are used to protect water quality and soil.
Rector Creek Vineyard
This historic vineyard, once part of Yountville founder George C. Yount’s estate, has been a source of wine grapes for almost 100 years. The vineyard occupies the alluvial fan of Rector Creek where it emerges from the outlet of Rector Reservoir, moving large cobble and boulders typical of an alluvial fan. The owners are managing the site to revegetate the banks and allow a wide corridor for the creek.
Running Creek Vineyard (previously Mills Vyd)
This 409-acre site includes the location fo the 19th century utopian community of Preston. Madame Emily Preston was the community founder and leaderof the church of Heaven on Probation. She was also a faith healer. The 89 acres of vineyard on the site are carefully managed to conserve soil and use very low amounts of chemicals.