Lewelling Vineyard

History

The vineyards of the historic Lewelling Estate were established in 1864 near the western foothills in St. Helena by pioneer winegrower and horticulturalist John Lewelling. The vineyard has been farmed by the Lewelling family for four generations. It is all Cabernet Sauvignon and the Arrow&Branch block of Cabernet is on an alluvial fan, thus making it a premium spot for perfect growing conditions. The Cabernet grown at this site provides generous and plush tannins with overall essence of plum and black cherry thus making it a perfect component to our “Black Label” Cabernet Sauvignon.

Our wines from Lewelling Vineyard:

Cabernet Sauvignon “Black Label”

Red Wine “Right Bank Blend”


VINEYARD AT A GLANCE

Grape Varieties Planted: Cabernet Sauvignon

Appellation: St. Helena

Age of Vines: 2000

Winemaker: Jennifer Williams

 Viticulturist: Doug White

Soils: Sandy loam

Vineyard Site: Foothills of the Mayacamas Mountain Range on the western side of St. Helena