The variety and beauty of Napa Valley wines

Napa Valley wines are the best

Napa Valley wines - St. Helena, CA

It seems like every state in the nation boasts of having its own vineyards and wineries these days. While it’s true that the grape will grow in all sorts of place, some places still produce better wine grapes than others, and it’s hard to beat Napa Valley wines in terms of quality. The Napa Valley’s topography offers a wide range of potential growing areas, from fields of rich volcanic soil to rugged mountainsides.

Discerning tasters can detect the differences imparted by different parts of the valley. Marine layer fog from San Francisco Bay often covers the valley Valley at night and during the morning in late summer and early fall. This means nights on the mountains are warmer than in the valleys. The grapes continue to ripen in the dark, resulting in less sugar and more tannins. So the grapes grown on the valley floor are brighter and more ripe, while mountain grapes are darker, with more acidity and tannins. The soil on the mountain slopes tends to be less fertile, which stresses the vines and produces smaller vintages of greater quality.

Superb Napa Valley wines from a St. Helena winery

Some of the best California wines come from Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards in Napa Valley. Just a 10-minute drive from downtown St. Helena, Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards produces world-class wines at affordable prices. Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards has been owned and operated by the Anderson family since 1983. Anderson’s wines are sold online and in five locations in Napa Valley, and many other locations nationwide. By ordering six bottles or more per year, you can join their wine club. This will get you a discount on many of their finest wines.


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