It's the 40th Anniversary of a Napa Valley icon! Forty vintages ago, we released our very first vintage of Far Niente Estate Bottled Chardonnay. It wasn’t just our first Chardonnay; it was also our very first Napa Valley wine. Our legendary Oakville Cabernet would follow on its heels in 1982, however, it was the elegance of our Napa Valley Chardonnay that first put us on the map.
The 2019 Far Niente Estate Bottled Chardonnay, Napa Valley releases today. With peach blossom aromas, silky fruit, lightly toasted oak and cool minerality, the new release of Far Niente’s Estate Bottled Chardonnay masterfully entwines timeless craftsmanship with modern elegance. Forty vintages later, it's as classically alluring as ever.
We invite you to learn more about this special anniversary vintage, and join us as we commemorate this exciting winemaking milestone. We're kicking off the celebration over here, with special Napa Valley wine tasting experiences at our Oakville Estate, a Hosted at Home Happy Hour featuring Proprietress Beth Nickel, exclusive recipes and more.
Introducing our Far Niente Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley! Deeply reflective of Far Niente’s nearly four decades of crafting majestic Napa Cabernet, our Far Niente Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley marries fruit from our estate vineyard in Oakville with hand-selected Cabernet lots from Calistoga, Oak Knoll, St. Helena, Stags Leap, Diamond Mountain, and Yountville.LEARN MORE
On the eve of our 2020 harvest, EnRoute Winemaker Michael Accurso penned this letter to all of our teams here at EnRoute and at the Far Niente Family of Wineries & Vineyards. We wanted to share his compelling, uplifting words with all of our winery family and friends.LEARN MORE
As we drove through Far Niente’s Acacia Drive this week, we passed a pair of foxes running through the Martin Stelling Vineyard. Across the street, the Nickel & Nickel horses are soaking up the Napa Valley sunshine.
This month, we’re inviting you to celebrate the beauty of March in the Napa Valley. From experiencing our wineries in bloom to catching Post & Beam Winemaker Michael Accurso’s podcast debut, here’s how.LEARN MORE