Napa Valley

In 1875, Jacob and Frederick Beringer purchased 215 acres of prime Napa Valley land, establishing Beringer as a key player among the few wineries in operation at that time. Since then, Beringer has carefully cultivated a diverse portfolio of prized vineyards across many Napa Valley appellations. These vineyards range from the highest hills in Napa to the valley floor behind our historic winery.

To this day, the sense of innovation and exploration is honored at Beringer in our unending drive to be a leader in emerging region development, sustainable farming practices and vineyard care. Each Beringer vineyard is cultivated based on its distinctive soil, climate and terrain characteristics.

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Beringer Knights Valley Vineyard

Knights Valley

Beringer has owned and farmed its vineyards in Knights Valley since the mid-1960s. The vineyard is located 17 miles north of the winery, in the northeastern corner of Sonoma County, and features volcanic, well-drained soils that are perfect for growing high-quality wine. In 1983, Knights Valley was established as a new appellation approved by the American Viticultural Area. The Knights Valley designation was first used on a Beringer label in 1974.

Not only has Knights Valley proved an exemplary producer of Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc, it has also an excellent combination of terrain, microclimates and soils for a variety of experiments in viticulture that inform Beringer's finest wines and will continue to do so for vintages to come.

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