A few minutes off highway 29 and rising behind the town of Saint Helena you’ll find the Spring Mountain District.
Though two dozen wineries and 1000 acres of vineyards dot its hillsides; Spring Mountain is a quiet, rural respite from the bustling wine tourism of the highway. Many Spring Mountain properties welcome visitors, but visits must be arranged by appointment.
Spring Mountain vineyards and wineries are family owned and operated. Often your host will be the owner, family member, or winemaker who will take time away from winegrowing to proudly show you the property and share a taste of wine.
This section of the website is designed to help you plan a visit to the Spring Mountain District. Most, but not all, of the district’s wineries are located along a winding, five mile stretch of Spring Mountain road that rises from the valley floor to an elevation of 2,000 feet. When you call one of the vineyards to make your appointment, be sure to ask for precise directions to their property. Give yourself plenty of time to find your destination and enjoy the beauty of the drive.