Estate Chardonnay - a delicious, balanced wine that represents the region in Napa Valley, California. Here, in the heart of the valley, vineyards of the economy Staglin Family Vineyard, generously sunshine most of the year. Highlands Rutherford got its popularity due to the wonderful wines are created from traditional French grape varieties. No exception is the Chardonnay grown on alluvial soils rich in volcanic deposits. After the harvest, which is to preserve the freshness of berries is carried out at night, the grape is fermented in oak barrels. Aged Wine Estate Chardonnay in French oak barrels, 55% of them - are new.
Staglin Family Vineyard - a family company, founded in 1985, Shari, Garen, Brandon and Shannon Steglin. Located at the foot of the western slopes of Mount St. John, near the highest mountain ridge Mayakamas, farm covers an area of 61 acre. The rich soil of volcanic rocks, excellent climate and convenient location made the vineyards terroir ideal for growing grapes. It is noticed even the first settlers arrived in the Napa Valley in 1860, and who planted the first vines here. On the estate preserved ancient building, which dates back to 1864 year. In it, according to historical information, Stacker lived John and his wife, Marie, who is considered one of the first settlers of Napa Valley. Later the house, as well as the whole estate was sold and changed a few owners. So, in 1963, his family purchased Sullivan, was related to the famous French winemakers - Latour family. In 1985, the vineyards, and in 2007 - and a main homestead farm family gets Steglin, which has pledged continuing the tradition of winemaking here, begins development of its own business of producing wine. At the family winery Steglin practiced organic methods of viticulture, and all products are certified. Family Vineyard Steglin peculiarity is that here grow varieties that are typical of the French Bordeaux and Italian grape varieties.