Our Wines

A wine that respects its sense of place, its natural balance and the glories of its natural flavors will truly give pleasure.

Cabernet Sauvignon & Chardonnay

Winemaking Approach

Believing that a grapevine should be grown in healthy soil that supports all the nutrient needs of the plant, Frog's Leap has been farming organically since 1988. We also believe that most of the great and historic wines of the world have been made from non-irrigated grapevines, and to that end Frog’s Leap farms all of its vineyards without irrigation.

We adhere to the premise that the greatest wines are those that most truly reflect their soil, climate and circumstance (collectively referred to as “terroir”), and that it is the winemaker’s role to simply stand back and let the natural beauty of the grapes show through.

We don't make great wine, we grow it.

Chenin Blanc

Bone-dry and low in alcohol, it feels rich in the mouth and finishes clean.


One can’t help but think of all the delights that summer brings to the table and Chenin— with a nice chill—will stand the match.
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Heritage Blend

A charismatic blend of old Napa’s historic varietals.


Redolent of herbs, fruit and late summer flowers. Charbono, Petite sirah, Carignan, Mataro, Mondeuse, Valdeguie: all varieties once widely planted in Prohibition-era Napa Valley. Even then rarely celebrated as varietals on their own. But when fermented together—like old friends—these grapes make fascinating and often compelling company. Further Reading



A red wine blend purposefully made from some of California’s most unique vineyards. A celebration of the wonderful and diverse terroirs of our home state.


The Napa Valley is our winery home, but we identify strongly as California winemakers, and we love our diverse, eclectic state—home to 139 designated appellations, hundreds of grape varieties, and an ever-expanding set of like-minded winegrowers who share our passion for conscientious viticulture. Usually tucked away in little-visited corners of the state, these vineyards produce delicious grapes despite existing on the outskirts of mainstream viticulture—the result of a family or individual that refused to give up on the true spirit of California winemaking, which is the freedom to make good on one’s crazy idea. Further Reading

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