Nathan Coombs Estate
Coombsville, Napa Valley

Named in honor of the founder of Napa, the vineyard is tucked in southeastern Napa Valley at the foot of the Vaca Mountain Range. Known for its volcanic soils and cool climate with its close proximity to the San Pablo Bay, it’s planted to all five Bordeaux varieties that feature muscular and structured wines with intense black fruit and mineral profile. 

Well-drained volcanic rock soils run throughout.

Site

66.8 planted acres with gently sloping terrain offering slopes up to 35 percent

Soil

well-drained cobbled haire (clay mixed, thermic soils) and sobrante loam (soil formed from metamorphic and volcanic igneous rocks)

Variety

cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot

Clonal selection

cabernet sauvignon (4, 169, 337, hyde, see); cabernet franc (214); merlot (347); petit verdot (400)