Mt. Veeder is known for producing fruit with intense tannins that result in age-worthy wines of distinction. Brighter red fruit led by wild mountain raspberry, bright cherry and darker fruits including blackberry are framed with oak spice, vanilla and caramel from the new oak. Wild yet refined, the grippy tannins give way to a wine with great structure and balance, solid acidity and a vibrant finish that lingers. This will continue to evolve and reveal itself over the next decade.
“Blackberries, blueberries and slate with crushed stones. Full-bodied with chewy tannins and a juicy finish. Loads going on here and I like the linear energy and depth. Drinkable now, but better in 2024 when the tannins will have softened.” - James Suckling, August 2021
The Yates Family vineyard is found moderately high, just above the town of Napa, planted at an elevation of 1,100 feet. Mt. Veeder is one of Napa’s most unique AVAs, the southernmost and coolest growing region, known for an extended growing season and volcanic soils with a variety of micro climates. The vineyard is found at the end of Redwood Road, near the Archer Taylor Preserve managed by the Land Trust of Napa Valley. Vineyards were first planted here in the 1860s.
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