Founded in 1889, Mayacamas stands as one of the most storied vineyard and winery operations in the history of American wine. Mayacamas has earned its place as a standard bearer of traditional winemaking, and the source of some of California’s most iconic and longest lived bottles.
Named for the mountain range that divides the Napa and Sonoma valleys, the old stone winery was dug into the side of a dormant volcano crater in 1889 and has remained in production ever since. At Mayacamas they faithfully steward towards a bright future, ever mindful of the great traditions of the past. Since 2013, their team has worked tirelessly to restore all aspects of the Mayacamas operation, ensuring continued success for this unique American wine story.