The Spring Mountain District, located in Spring Mountain, Nevada, has been around for over 120 years. It is a very popular area for tourists and locals alike, as the district is filled with many establishments, including lodging, dining and retail options. The importance of the Spring Mountain District is that the land is rich with history, and the history is intertwined with the land. The land is where the district was born, but the land is also where the district gets its name, Spring Mountain, from the Spring Mountain Mine.

Spring Mountain District is a new winery and tasting room located at 4200 Spring Mountain Road, in unincorporated Clark County, Nevada. The District is owned by Spring Mountain Wines, a family owned and operated company. Spring Mountain District is a culmination of a dream and a vision. The dream of owning a winery and tasting room, and the vision of bringing you the best of Nevada’s Wine Country.

The vineyard opens to the public on Saturday, June 9th from 11 AM until 5 PM. And, while it’s not slated to be the biggest release of wine ever,  it’s our belief that it will be the best release of wine ever.  However, that is dependent on you, the public. In other words,  it’s really up to you.

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Napa County’s Mountain AVA welcomes tourists.

Spring-Mountain-District-Opens-UpAugust 2021, St. Helena, Napa Valley — Visitors and consumers are welcome to visit wineries in the Spring Mountain District AVA in St. Helena. Visits are by appointment only, as are most wineries in Napa Valley.

When the Glass Fire ravaged Napa Valley last autumn, this AVA may have been one of the worst affected growing zones. Today, the roads are clean and the vineyards are greeting guests thanks to the tenacity of the people who farm on Spring Mountain.

The area presently has about 30 vineyards and wineries, totaling 1,000 acres of land. The Spring Mountain District appellation became a recognized AVA in 1993, with a distinct character forged over 150 years. Oak, madrone, Douglas fir, redwood, tan oak, and conifers are among the many mixed hardwood woods found in the area. The AVA is renowned for its steeply sloping vineyard parcels, which range from 200 to 2,250 feet in elevation and have slopes of up to 30%.

The Spring Mountain District AVA is accessed mainly through Spring Mountain Road, which is about a 15-minute drive from St. Helena. Spring Mountain Road curves to the top of the AVA, providing spectacular views. The region is mostly wooded and lacks a commercial atmosphere due to the small number of vineyards, the majority of which are not visible from the road. Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Syrah, and Zinfandel, as well as exceptional Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Syrah, and Zinfandel, are all grown in this region.

Wineries in the Spring Mountain District are ready to welcome visitors:

Barnett Vineyards is a family-owned and operated winery located

https://www.barnettvineyards.com/Visit

707/963-7075

Behrens Family Winery is a winery owned by the Behrens family.

https://behrensfamilywinery.com/contact

707/963-1774

Fantesca Estate & Winery

Private Tour and Tasting

707/968-9229

Keenan Winery is a winery located in the town of Keen

Taste Wine & Contact Us

707/963-9177

Paloma Vineyard is a winery in Paloma, California

Visit Us

707/963-7504

Pride Mountain Vineyards is a family-owned and operated winery located

https://www.pridewines.com/visit-us/guest-experiences

707/963-4949

Vineyard at School House

https://www.schoolhousevineyard.com/pages/contact

707/963-9001

Schweiger Vineyards is a winery located in the town of Schwe

Wine Tasting

707/963-4882

Sherwin Family Vineyards is a winery owned by the Sherwin family.

Contact Us

707/963-1154

Smith-Madrone Winery is a winery in Smith-Madrone, California.

https://www.smithmadrone.com/visitus.htm

707/963-2283

Spring Mountain Vineyard is a family-owned and operated winery

https://www.springmountainvineyard.com/RSVP/

707/967-4188

Stony Hill Vineyard is a winery located in Stony Hill,

Visit

707/963-2636

Vineyard 7 & 8.

https://www.vineyard7and8.com/experience.html

707/963-9425

The following wineries have wines available online but no tasting rooms accessible to the public:

Fe

Home

707/244-1191

Lady in the Air

Home

303/775-5502

Juslyn Vineyards is a winery in Juslyn, California.

https://juslynvineyards.com/contact-us

707/477-3484

Luscher-Ballard

[email protected]

707/967-9975

Vineyard of the Peacock Family

https://www.peacockvineyard.com/

650/773-2843

Ritchie Creek Vineyard is a winery located in Ritchie Creek,

http://www.ritchiecreek.com/contact us.html

707/963-4661

Sarocka

Home

707/339-0530

Terra Valentine is a character in the film Terra Valentine

https://www.terravalentine.com/

707/967-8340

Wineries with tasting rooms not on Spring Mountain that grow grapes and make wines from the Spring Mountain District AVA include:

Napa Valley Castellucci

Experience

415/948-3370

Vineyard of the Frias Family

https://www.friasfamilyvineyard.com/Visit

707/927-5106

Kieu Hoang is a Vietnamese writer.

https://www.kieuhoangwinery.com/RSVP

707/253-1615

Marston Family Vineyard is a winery owned by the Marston family

https://www.marstonfamilyvineyard.com/

707/963-8490

Newton Vineyards is located in Newton, Massachusetts.

https://www.newtonvineyard.com/en-US/our-virtual-experiences/

707/204-7423

Bale’s Creek, York Creek Vineyards, Marvin Atchley, and Joan Crowley are among the Spring Mountain grape producers.

Other wineries located in the Spring Mountain District AVA are Cain Vineyard & Winery, Lokoya and Philip Togni Vineyard.

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After years of anticipation, the Spring Mountain District of Napa’s vineyard has officially opened to the public. Located on the eastern slope of Spring Mountain, the new district consists of a tasting room, a store, and two taverns, with more coming in the next few years. The spacious tasting room, located in a former church,  offers a full wine and beer list, as well as a selection of more than 20 cheeses and charcuterie, while the taverns are being fitted with a full bar, and a menu featuring a variety of local, sustainable produce and meats.. Read more about spring mountain wineries and let us know what you think.

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