Hossfeld Vineyards is twenty acres of grapevines comprised of eight unique blocks, each with a different exposure. By managing our own farming, we put our Hossfeld culture in agriculture, respecting the synergy of nature and sustainable farming. Our vineyard is surrounded by undeveloped meadows, insectaries and native patches of forest. It's not uncommon to see red-tailed hawks, stingless bees (e.g. bumble bees) and the occasional coyote roaming the property.
As stewards of this unique piece of land, we believe that wine is made in the vineyard. We practice regenerative agriculture, from no-till to strictly organic products, our goal is to responsibly farm it for generations to come.
Hossfeld Vineyards is a hidden gem in the Eastern Hills of Napa Valley. At the base of Soda Canyon, we are nestled between the Stag's Leap and Atlas Peak AVAs. The soil is completely volcanic, with major rock outcroppings of rhyolite and andesite breaching up through the slopes.
The Vineyards were developed at different stages, leading to eight unique blocks.
Click a section on the map of our estate for block variation.