Beringer Vineyards

Beringer Vineyards


Beringer Vineyards - a pioneer in the Napa Valley

The history of Beringer Vineyards goes back to the year 1868, when Jacob Beringer sailed from his homeland Mainz to New York, attracted by the possibilities of the new world. But after hearing that the rocky hills and fertile valley soils of the Napa Valley resembled those of the vineyards in Germany, Jacob and his brother Frederick set off for the Napa Valley. In 1875 Jacob and his brother Frederick bought 90 hectares of land and created one of the first wineries in the Napa Valley. Since then, Beringer Vineyards has been one of the first to work with hand dug caves and cellars. Since then, the art of winemaking has been honed, deepened and expanded. The aim was always to create a balance between modern technology and proven winegrowing traditions. This led to worldwide recognition of their wines. The estate can claim to be the first and only winery to have both a red and a white wine that has been named"#1 Wine of the Year" by Wine Spectator Magazine.

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Company Name:Beringer Vineyards
Street:2000 Main Street
City:CA 94574 St.Helena
Region:Napa Valley
Continent:North America
Contact & Internet
Telephone:+1 866-708-9463
Beringer Vineyards
Year of Incorporation:1876
Company Group:Beringer Vineyards
Company Owner:Beringer Vineyards
Managing Director:Mark Beringer
Oenologist:Mark Beringer, Laurie Hook
Vineyard Area:648 ha
Cultivated Area:Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Paso Robles