St. Helena Winery

(707) 967-9463 100 Pratt Ave
St. Helena, CA 94574
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St. Helena Winery produces traditional, hand made wines. In fact, the only piece of equipment which is mechanized is a commercial-grade, Delta E1 de-stemmer. The wine is not pumped, nor is it stored in stainless steel fermenters. Upon harvest, grapes are sent through the de-stemmer then sent to the sorting table to remove any fruit that is not whole and healthy. (If wineries even go to the trouble of hand sorting fruit, it is typically done prior to de-stemming.) The fruit is moved by hand into a small plastic, one ton fermenter (rather than a steel fermenter). The Storys hand punch down the cap and do not use any mechanized pumps. A traditional wooden basket press uses a water-inflated balloon to press skins against the press. Sympa is made from only 100% free run juice, while Scandale uses some of the pressed wine. As with the crushing process, St. Helena Winery's cooperage regime is similarly traditional. The wine is moved by hand into all new French oak barrels from five cooperages, using "heavy" and "medium" toast levels. All wines are aged on-site.

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • Charles Krug Sauvignon Blanc Estate Bottled St. Helena Napa Valley 2014

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    Fragrant floral aromas of persimmon, honeydew melon, honeysuckle and tangerine. Fairly direct in the mouth, with a creamy mid palate and some candied apple and streaks of peach. Pleasant and approachable. Read More

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  • February seasonal temperatures in Napa Valley can be remarkably cool and wet, especially in the Spring Mountain District, high above the town of St. Helena. The mountainside vineyard elevations are anywhere from 400 to 2100 feet and rainfall is usually abundant during the winter season, although much of California has experienced drought conditi... Read More

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  • Hi guys, it's me again... crazy Brazilian-New Yorker chick asking for advice on wine travel...So I will have 4 full days in the area (May 14-17) and wanted to pick your brains for anything amazing and cost-beneficial you can come up with (except for hotels, I could care less about where I stay, all money goes to wine!).For timing reasons, my mai... Read More

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  • Petite Sirah has the stuffing to hold up to extended oak aging. It can also be made in a lighter, fruit-forward, early drinking style. As a result, a survey of current release Petite Sirah from several producers might easily span four or more vintages. The wines selected for you below, all current releases from Northern California, run from 2009... Read More

    From the article In Praise of Petite Sirah


  • February seasonal temperatures in Napa Valley can be remarkably cool and wet, especially in the Spring Mountain District, high above the town of St. Helena. The mountainside vineyard elevations are anywhere from 400 to 2100 feet and rainfall is usually abundant during the winter season, although much of California has experienced drought conditi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Keenan Vineyards and Winery...


  • This is my first post. I'm not sure this is for me but I'm giving it a go. on first blush this looks like it could be fun and educational.  Read More

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  • April will not be the month of fools for three winemakers, three wineries and a long list of wines. This past week the American Fine Wine Competition & Gala (AFWC) announced the winners of its yearly competition, whose awards will be handed out at a celebratory fundraising dinner April 24 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa.  A tri... Read More

    From the article Winner, Winner April Dinner: Fine Wine Gala Announces Number Ones


  • Mystery solved, sort of. This past week detectives from the Napa County Sheriff's Office flew to Greensboro, North Carolina, to recover bottles of wine stolen from world-famous Michelin restaurant French Laundry. Law enforcement has not said how many bottles were recovered and no arrests have been made, according to several sources. “Sheriff's o... Read More

    From the article French Laundry Wine Recovered in North Carolina


  • Prager Winery and Port Works Port Blend St. Helena Noble Companion Tawny Port NV

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  • We made it home safe and sound with a few less dollars in our bank account but we came back with some mighty nice jewels that we discovered along the way.Sunday was our Napa day.  Thanks to another great rec from OT, we found our way to Apsara in Calistoga.  We met with winemaker Robin Akhurst, what a great guy.  A Scot from south of Edinburgh, ... Read More

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