Wild Horse Valley overlooks Napa Valley at its southeastern end and has a climate that is best suited to Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
Wild Horse Valley ~ Napa Valley (AVA)
The Siberia of the Napa Valley
Has Wild Horse Valley’s Time Come?
“I think it’s very promising, but people need to understand it’s not the Napa Valley. It’s its own area.”
~ Leslie Cisneros, winemaker, Arista Winery
October 5, 2007
ou almost never see it on a wine label. There are less than 100 acres planted to grapes on three or four vineyards. Currently there are no wineries. And even though it’s only a 15-minute drive and maybe six miles due east as the crow flies from downtown Napa, the Wild Horse Valley
is the Siberia of the Napa Valley