Situated on the eastern slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains, which separate Napa Valley from Sonoma Valley, Spring Mountain District encompasses some 8,600 acres, of which about 1,000 are vineyards.
Spring Mountain District ~ Napa Valley (AVA)
The folks on Spring Mountain
‘have to know what they’re doing’
In the 13th part of APPELLATION AMERICA's The Napa Valley Series , Alan Goldfarb investigates what makes the Spring Mountain District AVA unique among the other Napa sub-AVAs. The answers lie in the region's unique geographic-based micro-climates, as well as its variety of soils.
December 14, 2007
more than in any other of the 14 sub-AVAs of the Napa Valley, one really has to know what they are doing if one wants to grow wine grapes on Spring Mountain.