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Lying between the Mayacamas Range on the west and the Vaca Range on the east, the Calistoga AVA (American Viticultural Area) lies at the northernmost end of the Napa Valley. From the foot of Mount St. Helena, the appellation stretches approximately seven square miles before brushing against the St Helena, Diamond Mountain and Howell Mountain AVAs.
A dramatic landscape with both steep canyon vineyards and serene valley floor vineyards, the Calistoga AVA is the most geologically uniform of all the areas in Napa Valley. Summer daytime temperatures frequently reach 100 degrees, but can drop by as much as 50 degrees at night. These temperature swings, along with the well-drained volcanic soils, produce grapes with both the phenolic ripeness and balancing acidity that consumers crave.
Whether drawn to its healing waters, perfect grape growing conditions, or rustic character, Calistoga has always attracted an eclectic mix of independent spirits – individuals with open minds and open hearts. Today, it is these winegrowers and winemakers of Calistoga who craft some of the most beautiful wines made in the Napa Valley.
Dear Friends of Calistoga Wineries:
We hope you are safe and in good spirits. Our wine families and staff are doing well, but missing you and looking forward to re-opening the tasting rooms and hosting visitor tours. While keeping our social distance, we would like to offer you a taste of Calistoga–what better way to shelter at home than with a glass of Calistoga wine!
Many of our winery members are offering special promotions and we’d love to share those members with you.