Einberger, having trained at the storied Bordeaux houses of Château Mouton-Rothschild and Château Clerc Milon, instilled in David a rigorous and detail-oriented approach to winemaking, leaving a long-term, profound impression on him. After several years, David accepted a position as Assistant Winemaker for Charles Krug Winery in Napa, where he worked with legendary consulting winemaker Denis Malbec, whose lessons from his time as Maître de Chai at Chateau Latour proved invaluable to David. Within a year, David was promoted to head winemaker for the Charles Krug brand. In 2006, David went on to craft wines for Lewis Cellars, and in 2007 became the Winemaker at Paraduxx and Duckhorn. He returned to Charles Krug in 2008 until 2011. Before joining Provenance Vineyards, David served as Winemaker at boutique winery Jada Vineyard in Paso Robles for six years, crafting wines that were recognized by Matt Kettman of Wine Enthusiast, as “bold yet refined” and “dense and seductive, yet still balanced and integrated.” Now, as Senior Winemaker and General Manager at Rutherford’s Provenance Vineyards, David returns to Napa Valley. He views his style as an urban, no-boundaries approach, having the ability to see nuances in the cellar that others may not and looks forward to bringing this high intensity “wild west” energy instilled in him from roots in Hayward and experience in Paso Robles to his winemaking at Provenance.