In the 1870s, the Brandlin family settled on the steep, rocky slopes of Mount Veeder. Where others saw challenges, they saw the untapped promise of this majestic mountain terroir.
Five decades later, Henry Brandlin staked his claim as a Napa Valley winegrowing pioneer when he planted his family’s Brandlin Estate in 1926.
With its high altitude, decomposed granite soils and proximity to the cooling influence of San Pablo Bay, Mount Veeder regularly offers Napa Valley’s longest growing season and lowest average yields. As a result, our estate grapes ripen to perfection, producing small, highly concentrated clusters and berries.
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