Located at the southernmost tip of the Mayacama Mount Range, this majestic Mt. Veeder hillside Vineyard has been our main component in Numbers Game since 2016. This certified Organic Vineyard boasts both Volcanic and sandy loam from the valley floor giving it an intense complexity. The warm days and cool night from the San Francisco Bay air causes the diurnal shift that allows the acid to hold as the vines reach a great level of ripeness without extreme levels of alcohol in the wine.
The Bengier Vineyard is planted on a tiny section of land directly beside the creek in the Dry Creek Canyon of Napa Valley. Hugged against the hillside, the vineyard grows from one of the cooler areas at the Southern part of Napa Valley. Thanks to the creek, Bengier Vineyard brings together well-draining, alluvial gravel with the cool-air drainage descending from the hilltops. As a result, Bengier Vineyard Cabernet consistently offers juicy flavors that linger on the palate.
The historic Red Hen Vineyard nestles into a curve of Dry Creek in the Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley. Planted in thin soils atop layers of cobble, Red Hen Vineyard grows top quality fruit at low yields. Grapes from this site consistently offer all the benefits of a wine that can age. In Cabernet the vineyard tends to produce dark fruit flavors with red berry accents. The Red Hen Vineyard was historically planted for and run by the Church, with wine made by the Christian Brothers from the 1950s through the 1970s. The vineyard was then rediscovered as a top quality site in the early 2000s by winemaker Steve Matthiasson.