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Thomas Vineyard, in the Rutherford AVA, was acquired by Alpha Omega and is named after its former owner, Don Thomas. Nestled in a hillside, this esteemed site is set up as a vineyard laboratory with the latest technology that allows our winemaker to be a mad scientist by controlling everything from viticulture to the winemaking process. This robust wine with an elegant balance of structure and density proves that Rutherford Dust is not a myth.

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Cordes Vineyard is perched on Atlas Peak and overlooks Stagecoach Vineyard. This site, which is just above the fog line, boasts rocky, volcanic soil with a hint of sand and clay. Because of its southern exposure, Cordes ripens early. Its small, concentrated berries possess a hint of dry herbs due to the surrounding wild rosemary and thyme. The natural drainage is exceptional, creating deeply-colored and concentrated berries. Our vineyard management team took over farming in 2016 and accomplished its goal of low yields which translated into highly-concentrated, powerful wine with a massive minerality to support it.

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The Krupp family started developing Stagecoach Vineyard in 1995 at 1,800 feet in altitude. The rocky, volcanic terroir and well-drained soils are perfect growing conditions for hillside fruit. On the plateau of Atlas Peak, this high altitude vineyard creates extracted yet well-balanced wines.

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Drew Vineyard, Alpha Omega’s latest property acquisition, takes its name from George Drew, the first person to own this property which he purchased from the U.S. government in 1889. Alpha Omega is the second farmer of this land planted to vineyard. Positioned at an altitude of 1,500 feet, this cold climate site in Mount Veeder boasts well-drained, rocky and sandy soils which produce smaller berries high in acidity and tannins.

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Part of the Alpha Omega family since 2006, we have always been blown away by Sunshine Valley Vineyard’s complexity and structure. Located on the western side of Highway 29 in the Oak Knoll District AVA, this vineyard is a colder climate site, which allows the aromas and tannins to ripen at the same pace as the brix.

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Napa Pioneer Dr. George Beldon Crane originally planted Dr. Crane Vineyard in 1858. During the 1920’s it was the site of St. Helena’s Chinatown. It was acquired by Andy Beckstoffer in 1997 and replanted in 1998. The vineyard’s location on the west side of St. Helena gives the vineyard its gravelly, loamy soils.

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To Kalon was originally planted in 1868 and replanted by Beckstoffer in 1994 to multiple clones of Cabernet Sauvignon. Nestled at the edge of the Mayacamas Mountains in the center of Napa Valley, it receives just enough morning fog and full day sun to produce Cabernet Sauvignon grapes with complex layers of cassis, wild berries, licorice and spice. Firm, well-integrated tannins support these rich flavors.

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Purchased by Beaulieu founder Georges de Latour in 1928, and later purchased by Beckstoffer Vineyards, the Georges III Vineyard produces an amazingly complex and elegant wine due to a higher clay content in the soil which retains water, keeping the vines cool in hot Rutherford temperatures.

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Las Piedras was the first vineyard planted in what is now the St. Helena appellation. In 1983, Beckstoffer Vineyards purchased the property and planted it to 2 clones of Cabernet Sauvignon. Impressed with the quality of the gravelly soil, the farm workers named the vineyard Las Piedras which means “little pebbles.”

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Missouri Hopper Vineyard was a portion of the historic Vine Hill Ranch located in the Oakville AVA. This is at the hourglass of the Napa Valley, giving it a cooler climate than neighboring To Kalon Vineyard due to the influence of the bay. Missouri Hopper yields Cabernet Sauvignon that has a balance of ripeness with finesse and elegance.

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Drew Vineyard, Alpha Omega’s latest property acquisition, takes its name from George Drew, the first person to own this property which he purchased from the U.S. government in 1889. Alpha Omega is the second farmer of this land planted to vineyard. Positioned at an altitude of 1,500 feet, this cold climate site in Mount Veeder, the southern-most mountain appellation in Napa Valley, boasts well-drained, rocky and sandy soils which produce smaller berries high in acidity and tannins. Cooler air from the San Pablo Bay brings cooler air to Drew, protecting the acidity and aromas.

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Our selection of Dijon clones shine in Toyon’s terroir while the breezes from the nearby San Pablo Bay provide natural air conditioning for our blocks. With 20-year old Chardonnay vines (and one of Northern California’s premier equestrian centers), Toyon is a wholly unique multi-purpose ranch on the Napa side of the appellation. With its southwest exposure to fully capture the afternoon sun, and planted on water-retaining clay soils, it’s the rare Napa Valley site that allows for full ripening while maintaining the critical tension and acidity of world-class Chardonnay.

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