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Estate Vineyards

Provenance Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc is produced primarily with estate-grown fruit from the Napa Valley vineyard surrounding the winery. Established in 2003, these 12 acres of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon are planted in tightly spaced rows to limit vigor and concentrate fruit character. The vineyard is divided into eight blocks based on variations in rootstock and orientation; each block is picked and fermented separately to increase complexity.

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Sleeping Lady Vineyard

Sleeping Lady Vineyard is named for the silhouette of the Mayacamas Mountains behind it; at dusk the outline suggests a woman lying on her side with her hair flowing to the south. Farmed by the Bettinelli family, this vineyard lies on the west side of Napa Valley in the Yountville AVA.

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Three Palms Vineyard

This exceptional vineyard, located at the northern end of the Napa Valley, in the Calistoga sub-appellation, encompasses extremely rocky soils. Its climate of hot, but not-too-hot days and unusually cool nights produce uncommonly robust Merlot. Access to small amounts of Three Palms Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot for blending gives our Winemaker the opportunity to craft a truly unique Three Palms Vineyard Merlot for Provenance.

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Beckstoffer To Kalon

This historic vineyard in the Oakville subappellation, just three miles south of Rutherford, was first planted in the 19th century and its wines have been winning awards since the Paris World’s Fair of 1889. Replanted in the mid-1990s with better clones, close vine spacing and a modern trellising system, this site is now producing the finest Cabernet Sauvignon in its fabled history. “To Kalon is a great expression of Cabernet Sauvignon: rich, structured and complex,” says our Winemaker.

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Georges III Vineyard

Our Rutherford Vineyard is located across the valley along the Silverado Trail. This historic vineyard is part of what was once Caymus Rancho, the Mexican land grant of George Yount. Yount arrived in 1836 and is belived to have been the first to plant winegrapes in the valley. A portion of the ranch became a wedding present to Thomas Rutherford when he married one of Yount’s granddaughters, Elizabeth.

Georges III Vineyard
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