St. Supéry Estate Named Winery of the Year by Wine & Spirits Magazine

September 20, 2012

All of us at St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery are honored to be recognized by Wine & Spirits Magazine as one of their Top 100 Wineries of 2012. That means that out of the more than 10,000 domestic and international wines the Wine & Spirits Magazine’s panel and critics have tasted over the course […]

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St. Supéry has gone to the dogs…

July 19, 2012

Did you know that here at St. Supéry Estate, we consider ourselves to be THE MOST dog friendly winery in the WORLD*? With no actual quantitative parameters set for such a distinction, we’re happy to self-proclaim this title based on our dog friendly Winery. Feel like spending a day wine tasting in Napa Valley but […]

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St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery Proudly Supports Auction Napa Valley

May 29, 2012

Over the last 32 years, Auction Napa Valley has raised more than one hundred million dollars to support Napa Valley non-profits in the health, education, and youth sectors. Last year, $6.85 million dollars were distributed to non-profit organizations aiding Napa Valley communities from American Canyon to Calistoga. This year, nonprofit organizations like Rianda House, Napa […]

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Rutherford Estate Vineyard Merlot 2009

March 5, 2012

  We just released the St. Supery Napa Valley, Rutherford Estate Vineyard Merlot 2009. Intense and well-structured, this wine has rich berry notes with soft, fine tannins on the finish.  Grown on our Rutherford Estate Vineyard in Napa Valley, the grapes for this 100% Merlot were handpicked for the highest quality fruit. Matured for 19 months […]

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Grapes and Rain

October 6, 2011

I had a chance to have a quick chat with our winemaker today, Michael Scholz, about harvest and rain. He was quite happy to report that all of our whites are in and “in a good place”. Normally when you say something or someone is “in a good place” that means they have shuffled off […]

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Dropping Second Crop

August 9, 2011

Geoff Gatto, St. Supéry’s Director of Vineyard Operations, sent us a quick update from our Napa Valley Estate Vineyard, Dollarhide: “Vineyard work has finally begun to slow down. Workers are finishing dropping second crop (small clusters which develop much later than the primary clusters). Once verasion advances a little further we will drop unripe clusters.” […]

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Bird hatching in our Chardonnay!

July 22, 2011

Geoff Gatto, St. Supery’s Director of Vineyard Operations, took this incredible picture today in our Napa Green Certified Rutherford Estate Vineyard: “We are still in the process of removing leaves in certain blocks. Shoot positioning has been completed, hopefully for the last time (with all the soil moisture we have had extended periods of rapid […]

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Growing Shoots!

July 8, 2011

Geoff Gatto, St. Supery’s Director of Vineyard Operations, sent us a quick update this morning from his perspective at our Napa Valley estate vineyard, Dollarhide: “Vineyard workers are still hard at work positioning the rapidly growing shoots. We have just begun to remove leaves, starting in the Chardonnay. This opens the canopy allowing more sunlight […]

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Savor Sauvignon Blanc on June 24

June 23, 2011

Friday, June 24, 2011, is not only the first Friday of summer (hence worthy of toasting in any case), it is #SauvBlanc day. What is #SauvBlanc Day? It’s a whole day, in all time zones, to celebrate a wine, in this case, one of our favorites, Sauvignon Blanc. St. Supéry hatched this concept back in 2009 […]

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Come on out, sun!

June 9, 2011

Geoff Gatto, St. Supery’s Director of Vineyard Operations, sent us a quick update this morning from his perspective at our Napa Valley estate vineyard, Dollarhide: “With rain finally ending, the temperatures are starting to rise again. Suckering is almost complete, with crews tucking the rapidly growing shoots into the wire as they go. Bloom is […]

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