A Hidden Gem
Established as an American Viticultural Area in 2011, Coombsville is Napa Valley’s 16th and newest appellation. A five-minute drive from downtown Napa, the region expands 11,000 acres, but only 13% is planted to vineyards—the remainder are rolling hills of wild landscape dotted with homes and horses. Often described as a hidden gem, Coombsville was once a sleepy area known for its good grapes. Today it harkens back to a more nostalgic Napa where everyone is hands on and dedicated to making the best wine possible.