In 1876, brothers Jacob and Frederick Beringer established Beringer Vineyards with a dream of making wines that would rival the finest in Europe. Today, Jacob’s great great-grandson, Chief Winemaker Mark Beringer, guides what is now California’s longest continually operating winery and one of Napa’s finest producers. With over 1,600 acres farmed across Napa's best appellations, as well as Sonoma County and Paso Robles, Beringer is recognized as one of the region’s preeminent producers with a rich portfolio of wines.
The Beringer Founders’ Estate line of wines offer concentrated expressions of the most popular varietals, steeped in quality that comes from Beringer’s history of crafting great wines from all over California for over 130 vintages.
150 years ago, brothers Jacob and Frederick Beringer left Germany to found a winery and distillery in Napa. Today, we honor Jacob and Frederick's pioneering spirit by aging Beringer Bros. wines in spirits barrels.
A quiet knock on the door and a whisper would gain you entry to a 1920’s speakeasy, where often the owner was a strong and determined woman, affectionately called a Whisper Sister. This wine celebrates Bertha Beringer, whose ingenuity helped Beringer survive Prohibition, even as most California wineries were forced to close.
Nestled at the end of Main Street America, where the shops fade into the California vineyards, you will find Beringer Main & Vine. It’s a wine where time-honored values blend seamlessly with generations of winemaking craftsmanship to create one of America’s favorite wine brands.