Wines made in California, Oregon and Washington States have gained their reputation amongst the top three best in the world ranking; France and Italy the remaining others. We have been producing some of the best and sought after wines especially the Cabernets from Napa Valley. In wine growing, soil diversity is extremely advantageous, allowing numerous grape varieties to grow in a relatively small area. In the southern part of the Napa Valley, for instance, the calcium-rich soil favors pinot noir grapes. In the north, more volcanic soils help cabernet grapes thrive. Williamette Valley of Oregon, Russian River and Santa Maria of California produce the best Pinot Noirs and Rhone Varietals. Sonoma is known for very fine Chardonnays, Zinfandels and Pinot Noirs. Washington State produces some of the best fruit forward Cabernets and Blends. When it comes to the “King of Red Wines – Cabernet” – Napa is at number one spot, it produces the best wines that are known for their age worthy backbone and structure. Napa Valley Cabernets are made to last and to be enjoyed for years. There are about 400 wineries with tasting rooms in Napa Valley today itself with many others without a Tasting Room.