The Haynes Vineyard is located in the “bowl” of Coombsville, Napa’s newest AVA and consistently the coolest region in the valley. With it’s roots in coarse cobbly topsoil and a deep underlying layer of volcanic ash, Haynes is a truly noble site existing at a unique intersection of soil and climate. The vineyard was originally planted in 1966 and still today is home to some of the oldest Chardonnay vines in Napa County. Haynes is living proof that Napa can produce wines of elegance as well as power.
Haynes has been farmed sustainably for over forty years by Fernando Delgado, who has been farming and living on the property since 1971. Few growers in California can claim the level of experience with one vineyard the way Fernando can with Haynes.
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