Comprising sixty acres in the northern end of the Stags Leap District, Cliff Lede Vineyards brings together some of the best Napa has to offer in an enclave of quiet and understated elegance. The grounds surrounding the tasting room feature gardens, contemporary sculptures, and breathtaking views of the Stags Leap palisades.
The winery was established in 2002 on sixty acres in the northern end of the Stags Leap District by Canadian, Cliff Lede. With a heavy focus on farming, the team at Cliff Lede Vineyards blends old-fashioned techniques with cutting-edge technology. The gravity-flow winery, built-in 2005, features truncated tanks commissioned using a design borrowed from Château Latour. It is one of the only facilities in Napa to operate a Pellenc optical sorting machine, sorting grapes based upon quality settings established at the start of harvest.