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Alpha Omega farms a select group of single vineyards that include some of the most sought after and historic vineyards in the Napa Valley. Produced in small quantities, each of these wines make a distinctive, dramatic statement of grape and place.

To Kalon Vineyard

To Kalon Vineyard
Oakville AVA

Widely regarded as the most famous vineyard in the Napa Valley, To Kalon Vineyard’s colorful history dates to the late 1860s when it was first planted by viticulturist Hamilton Crabb who had purchased the vineyard from George Yount’s son-in-law, E.L. Sullivan. To Kalon Vineyard is situated on a large alluvial fan in the heart of the Oakville AVA. Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard (also known as Beaulieu Vineyard #4) is situated in the southern portion of the original To Kalon Vineyard. To Kalon, Greek for “the place of highest beauty,” is an appropriate description for a vineyard that consistently produces some of the most striking, layered and ageable wines in Napa Valley. Available exclusively to ERA Elite Club Members.

Paratus Vineyard

Paratus Vineyard
Mount Veeder AVA

Paratus, a Latin term for “always prepared” is a hidden gem tucked away in the southern part of Mount Veeder AVA and only a stone’s throw from the famed Mayacamas Winery. Originally planted as a twelve-acre Chardonnay vineyard by Chandon Winery in 1981, Paratus was transformed in 2001 into a hand tended, dry farmed, Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard that follows many of the same organic farming protocols as Alpha Omega. Perched at 1,500 feet with steep terraces, and rich volcanic, seabed soils, the vines here produce low yields of intensely flavored, concentrated grapes. An exciting, new addition to the Single Vineyard portfolio. Available exclusively to ERA Elite Club Members.

Georges III Vineyard

Georges III Vineyard
Rutherford AVA

In 1928, Georges de Latour, owner of Beaulieu Vineyard purchased 250 acres of a vineyard originally planted by Elizabeth and Thomas Rutherford in 1895 and called it Beaulieu Vineyard #3. The vineyard quickly became a favorite of legendary Beaulieu Winemaker André Tchelistcheff and a key component of BV Private Reserve. One of Andy Beckstoffer’s original acquisitions, he bought the vineyard in 1988 and renamed it Georges III after George de Latour. Located on the east side of Rutherford AVA near the Silverado Trail, Georges III is planted exclusively to Cabernet Sauvignon. The fertile, well drained soils and warm afternoon temperatures provide an ideal environment for this renowned valley floor vineyard. Available exclusively to ERA Elite Club Members.

Striker Vineyard Drew Block

Stricker Vineyard Drew Block
Mount Veeder AVA

Stricker Vineyard (formerly known as Drew Vineyard) traces its lineage back to George Drew, who originally purchased the property in 1889 from the U.S. government. Renowned architect Larry Stricker acquired the property in 1986 and developed a 17-acre vineyard before selling it to Alpha Omega in 2015. At altitudes of 1,000 to 1,500 feet, this dramatic terraced vineyard in the Mount Veeder AVA boasts steep inclines and rocky, well drained soils surrounded by tall redwoods which provide morning and afternoon shade and overall cooler temperatures. As a homage to George Drew, Alpha Omega fermented and bottled separately a small block of the original vineyard planted in the 1990s. Available exclusively to ERA Elite Club Members.

Angel's Vista Vineyard

Angel’s Vista Vineyard
Napa Valley AVA

Visible from Alpha Omega winery, Angel’s Vista is stunningly situated at 1,000 feet in the Vaca Mountains on the eastern edge of the Napa Valley between Rutherford and Pritchard Hill with remarkable vistas of the valley floor below and Lake Hennessey to the east. Originally a cattle ranch, the property was developed by fifth generation Napa Valley viticulturist Larry Bettinelli over a span of twenty-five years. Today, expertly farmed rows of nine-year-old vines run up and down steep southwest facing slopes and thrive in the rocky soils here. Angel’s Vista has quickly become one of Napa Valley’s most acclaimed vineyards.

Cordes Vineyard

Cordes Vineyard
Atlas Peak AVA

Jackie and Carolyn Cordes are identical twin sisters and sixth generation cattle ranchers from California’s Central Valley. Jackie’s love of farming inspired her to purchase a vineyard in the Atlas Peak AVA in 2000. After a seven-year application process, Jackie began developing Cordes Vineyard but passed away in 2009 before its completion. Carolyn, with the aid of her two sons, finished developing the vineyard and now manage it. Overlooking Stagecoach Vineyards ®, the much smaller Cordes Vineyard has a warm inland climate augmented by rocky, red volcanic soils. Alpha Omega is one of only two wineries to receive grapes from Cordes Vineyard..

Houyi Vineyard

Houyi Vineyard
Napa Valley AVA

Houyi (pronounced who–yee) was a mythical Chinese archer who saved the Earth from the sudden appearance of ten suns in the sky by shooting down nine of them. Houyi Vineyard is in the Pritchard Hill region, east of Rutherford in the heart of the Vaca Mountains. Viticulture in Pritchard Hill dates to 1890's and Charles Pritchard’s small Zinfandel and Riesling vineyard, the region now produces some of Napa Valley’s most compelling wines. The Chang family began developing the 22-acre Houyi vineyard in 2010. Perched at 1,300 feet, Houyi is a dramatic, south facing, rock strewn vineyard accentuated by warm, sunny afternoons.

Hudson Vineyards

Hudson
Carneros AVA

A shining star in the Carneros AVA, Hudson Vineyards is almost exactly halfway between Sonoma and Napa on Highway 121 and named after celebrated grape grower Lee Hudson, who purchased the 2,000 acre-property in 1981. Hudson Vineyards partially overlaps the historic Talcoa Vineyards, one of Napa’s most famous vineyards in the late 1880s and whose Indian name roughly translates to “laughing land,” a testament to the daily winds from nearby San Pablo Bay. Punctuated by rolling hills and shallow, rocky soils, Lee’s understanding of the intricate combinations of soil, climate, rootstock and clone in each vineyard block produce grapes sold to a who’s who list of California’s top winemakers.

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Hyde Vineyard
Carneros AVA

One of Napa Valley's most iconic Chardonnay vineyards, Hyde Vineyards was established in 1979 by Larry Hyde. Larry was an innovator at the time, planting a variety of clones and meticulously orienting row direction to suit the rolling hills of the Carneros AVA that quickly made his grapes some of the most sought after in California. Cool afternoon breezes from the Petaluma Gap lead to a long growing season here that produces grapes with exceptional character and depth of flavor. Alpha Omega’s Chardonnay comes from the oldest Chardonnay block on the property, planted in 1978 to the Old Wente clone and replanted in 1994 with the same clone.

Lamoreaux Vineyard

Lamoreaux Vineyard
Oak Knoll AVA

A celebrated, pioneering viticulturist, Joseph Osborne planted one of Napa Valley’s first Cabernet Sauvignon on his Oak Knoll Ranch in the 1850’s only to tragically pass away in 1863. The Lamoreaux family purchased the Osborne property in 1949 and revived his viticultural lineage in the 1970’s by developing several pristine vineyards with the help of Silver Oak founder, Justin Meyer. Nestled amongst towering Valley Oaks at the foot of the Mayacamas, Lamoreaux vineyard is sold only to a handful of esteemed Napa Valley wineries that prize the deeply concentrated, richly flavored grapes from this vineyard.


Marston Vineyard

Marston Vineyard
Spring Mountain AVA

First planted in the early 1900s by horse and plow, the dramatic terraces of Marston Vineyard feature a variety of altitudes and exposures with a mix of sedimentary and volcanic soils. Located in the southwest corner of the Spring Mountain AVA, this 40-acre vineyard was redeveloped in the 1990’s and planted exclusively to Cabernet Sauvignon, 18 different blocks situated from 800 to 1,300 feet in elevation with a specific clone and rootstock selected for each block. This mountain location, combined with cooler growing conditions, results in a longer growing season and produces grapes with exceptional depth and concentration.

Sacrashe Vineyard

Sacrashe Vineyard
Rutherford AVA

The name "Sacrashe" was created by combining the first three letters of the surnames of Lev Sacre, John Craig and Dave Sherwin, three fraternity brothers at University of California, Berkeley and Navy mates who originally developed the 32-acre vineyard in 1981. Surrounded by native pine, manzanita and oak in the heart of the Vaca Range, Sacrashe sits above the acclaimed Auberge du Soleil resort at 800 feet in the Vaca Mountains on the eastern edge of the Rutherford AVA. Sacrashe Vineyard is famous for its rocky soil and large bands of dusty, volcanic ash that dominate the gentle, rolling landscape of this vineyard. The Vaca Mountain soils, coupled with higher altitudes and warm afternoon sun, produce low yields of ripe, richly flavored grapes.


Sleeping Lady Vineyard

Sleeping Lady Vineyard
Yountville AVA

Situated in the southwestern corner of the Yountville AVA in the shadow of the Mayacamas Mountains, Sleeping Lady Vineyard is named after the silhouette that a lower ridge line makes against the taller Mayacamas ridgeline. The primary soils of Sleeping Lady are rocky alluvial fans, a product of the vineyard's proximity to the Mayacamas.  Originally planted in the 1870s, Sleeping Lady Vineyard was purchased and replanted in 2013 by Larry Bettinelli, the fifth generation of Napa Valley farmers.  Bettinelli has been farming Napa Valley vineyards for 50 years and is known for his cutting-edge viticultural techniques that help make Sleeping Lady grapes so highly respected.

Stagecoach Vineyard

Stagecoach Vineyard
Atlas Peak AVA

Developed by Dr. Jan Krupp and his brother, Bart, in the mid-1990s, Stagecoach Vineyards® was a massive project that involved removing over one million tons of rock to develop this critically acclaimed vineyard. Located in the Atlas Peak AVA and the southeast corner of the Napa Valley, Stagecoach Vineyards® is next door to the acclaimed Pritchard Hill growing region and the two share many similar terroir attributes including rocky, volcanic ash laden Vaca Mountains soils. Warm afternoon temperatures here are moderated by vineyards planted more than 1,200 feet in elevation as well as cool afternoon breezes from nearby San Pablo Bay.


Tench Vineyard

Tench Vineyard
Oakville AVA

Tench Vineyard is owned by Margaret Tench and Rem Reigersman. Margaret’s ties to Napa Valley date back to the California Gold Rush, her family came to California in 1846, found gold, moved to Napa and started the Napa Journal newspaper. Originally planted in the late 1960’s, Tench Vineyard is on the eastern side of the Oakville AVA at the corner of Oakville Cross Road and the Silverado Trail in the shadow of the Vaca Mountains. Located next door to the celebrated Screaming Eagle Vineyard, Tench Vineyard is a late ripening, highly sought after vineyard known for its low rolling hills and rocky, red, volcanic soils.

Thomas Vineyard

Thomas Vineyard
Rutherford AVA

What began as a chance meeting between Alpha Omega Vintner Robin Baggett and Engineer Don Thomas at the Rutherford Post Office culminated in the purchase of Thomas’ eponymous vineyard by Alpha Omega in 2015. Tucked into the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains on the famed Rutherford Bench, this seven-acre vineyard was originally developed in 2003. Planted exclusively to Cabernet Sauvignon, Thomas Vineyard is divided into 15 blocks that showcase a variety of steep slopes, aspects and alluvial, rocky loam soils, resulting in lower grape yields and concentrated, distinctively flavored grapes.