Wineries & Stories

Seven Stones
Hidden high in the hills overlooking St. Helena and beyond the famed luxury resort of Meadowood, is a home surrounded by great works of art, master artisan sculptures made of every medium. This unique property and winery is called Seven Stones, named after the massive granite sculpture that dons the estate.
Scott Harvey Wines
Winemaker Scott Harvey, voted one of California’s top ten winemakers, got his first taste of fine wine and winemaking as a high school exchange student in the Rhineland Pfalz region of Germany. He enrolled in California State University at Sacramento before beginning enology training at Montevina Winery. He went back to Germany to apprentice at the prestigious K. Fitz-Ritter Winery while attending the Weinbau Schule in Neustadt. After returning to the U.S. and Montevina Winery Scott eventually accepted a position as Head Winemaker for Story Winery at the young age of 23.
Sciandri Family Vineyards
How do you measure the family pride through four generations of winemaking? What started out as a family business in Italy over a hundred years ago was transported to California's wine country with remarkable results.
Schweiger Vineyards
Family owned and operated Schweiger Vineyards’ is located on Spring Mountain at an elevation of 2,000 feet above the fog line. Its rich volcanic soils and unique microclimates are particularly favorable for growing Cabernet Sauvignon.
Sarah Francis Wines
Sarah Francis began her relationship with grapes and vines in her great grandmother’s garden at age four. As a little girl, Sarah gave the vines names, sang them songs, and performed puppet shows for them. This early affinity for vines fostered her life-long interest in viticulture and enology.