Oso Vineyard

Oso, the Spanish word for bear, is the name of our mountain vineyard known for the wild California Black Bear that frequent the vineyard to feed off the delicious Cabernet Sauvignon. It is not uncommon on an early morning visit to the vineyard to spot fresh bear tracks or see claw marks on the old California redwood tree where the bears climb over the vineyard fence.

The Oso Vineyard is nestled between Sugarloaf and Howell Mountains in northern Napa Valley, where the historic Oat Hill Mine Road begins its ascent over the mountain toward Calistoga. There, the vines grow on beautiful, stone-lined terraces, out of a rocky, porous soil. From the soil and elevation this mountain fruit extracts intense varietal characteristics, and excellent aging potential.


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