Atlas Peak, Napa Valley
With over 600 acres planted to vines, the Cabernet-focused Stagecoach Vineyard is the largest contiguous vineyard in Napa Valley. The rocky, volcanic terroir extends from Pritchard Hill overlooking Oakville to the western slopes of Atlas Peak. This legendary vineyard’s rugged terrain first made history in the 1800s, when the bandit Charles Earl Bowles, aka Black Bart, robbed the daily stagecoach that traveled over its hills. We are thrilled to now make wine from this historic vineyard.
At a Glance
Clones: Weimer, 4
Rootstock: 110R, 4453M
Soil Type: Red Volcanic, Guenoc-Rock, Clay Loam
Wine from this Vineyard
2021 Stagecoach Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon
The highly acclaimed Stagecoach Vineyard is renowned for its history and for the exceptional wines it has produced over several decades. With over 600 acres planted to vines, it is the largest contiguous vineyard in Napa Valley.