The 2021 vintage will was met with optimism and excitement. An unusually long winter of cool months and minimum rain led to drought-like conditions setting up lower yields throughout the Napa Valley. The fruit more than made up for it with berries full of color, tannin, and flavor. Spring came early and warm, setting up a growing season with early bud break and flowering, with long days of sunshine flowing into a cool Autumn with long days and cool nights. The vintage will be known for producing powerful and intensely flavored wines of promise, possessing supreme concentration and terroir-driven structure rooted in varietal purity.