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Appellations

3266 Silverado Trail
Napa  CA 94558
707.258.0106
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Hours:
10:00 am - 4:30 p.m. every day of the week, except holidays
Tastings/Appointments:
707.258.0106


2003 THIRTEEN - Imagine one bottle of wine capturing the entire Napa Valley in a bottle? That's precisely what THIRTEEN has accomplished. One ton of grapes from each of Napa Valley's thirteen sub-appellations blended together to create a Meritage.

2004 FOURTEEN - In 2004 the Oak Knoll District was added creating Napa's fourteenth appellation. From the makers of THIRTEEN, we are pleased to offer you the distinguished and original FOURTEEN.

2009 FIFTEEN - In 2009, a long-awaited piece of the Napa Valley AVA puzzle fell into place. After years of debate, conflict and bureaucracy, Calistoga finally received the distinction it had long ago earned. Naturally, we were there to select the very best of it for our own project. With this release, Fourteen Appellations becomes Fifteen. And you have yet another reason to become enamored with it.

2011 FIFTEEN - Mother Nature was not equally kind to everyone in Napa Valley in 2011. But because FIFTEEN is comprised of fruit from up, down and across the Valley, we were able to pick around problem spots and weight this year's blend to the AVAs that faired the best. One of the merits of making a Meritage.

2011 also marks the final vintage of FIFTEEN. We say "final" because, while this wine was in barrel, Napa Valley added a 16th AVA. When the wine becomes SIXTEEN we will be adding more than a new fruit source. New ownership, fresh capital and an estate home we can call our own will all play a role in our next release.



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  • Open by appointment - call/email
  • Tasting at tasting bar
  • Seated tasting available
  • Tasting available in private area
  • Tasting fee
  • Indoor tasting area
  • Outdoor tasting area
  • Barrel tasting available
  • Winemaker or owner usually available
  • Winery has gardens
  • Couches
  • Fireplace
  • Romantic
  • Club member lounge
Tasting Room Size

Large

Tasting Room Atmosphere
 Modern/Rustic Atmosphere
 Modern/Rustic Atmosphere
Formal/Casual Atmosphere
Formal/Casual Atmosphere
Lively/Quiet Atmosphere
Lively/Quiet Atmosphere

While our winery and tasting room are under construction, we currently offer tastings of the 2009 Fifteen Appellations in the tasting room at Reynolds Family Winery. Steve Reynolds has been our winemaker since our first vintage of Thirteen Appellations in 2002 and he is often on site to share stories and even barrel samples of the next few vintages of Fifteen Appellations before they are bottled.

We hope you will come by and meet the man who makes it all happen and hear more about the new property we hope to call home for the 2014 vintage.

Cheers

View from Tasting Room:  Gorgeous views of vineyards and a spring fed lake at Reynolds Family Winery where the wine is currently made by rock star winemaker Steve Reynolds.

  • Atlas Peak
  • Calistoga
  • Chiles Valley District
  • Coombsville
  • Diamond Mountain District
  • Howell Mountain
  • Los Carneros
  • Mount Veeder
  • Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley
  • Oakville
  • Rutherford
  • Spring Mountain
  • St. Helena
  • Stags Leap District
  • Wild Horse Valley
  • Yountville

Premiere Napa Valley

Once a year the rarest new Napa Valley wines become available under one roof at Premiere Napa Valley. Wineries throughout the Napa Valley are given one task to participate: create a one-of-a-kind wine for this event to be purchased by one lucky bidder. This event is only open to select members of the wine trade and the successful bidder is the sole owner of this unique wine.

Premiere Napa Valley 2014

Appellations
Cases: 20
Varietal: Red Wine
Vintage: 2012
Release Date: October - 2015
Appellation: Napa Valley

To purchase this wine or check on availability contact:

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405-232-1184

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