Blue Hall Vineyard sits in a broad saddle near the top of Howell Mountain at an elevation of 1,700 feet above Napa Valley. This 3 acre vineyard was planted in the new millennium year of 2001 and is divided into two farming blocks by a vernal creek that runs across the property.
Blue Hall Vineyard lies in the geographic heart of the Howell Mountain sub-appellation, surrounded by world famous vineyards and forested hillsides – part cultivated, part natural - and 100% beautiful!
The Howell Mountain sub-appellation, with its unique microclimate and characteristic volcanic soils, produces some of the most sought-after Napa wines made today. The hillsides hold mostly small vineyards producing distinctive "mountain fruit" that yield world class wines.
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