SUMMARYCreated by former investment banker Jayson Woodbridge, Hundred Acre Vineyard is a wine estate based in St Helena in the Napa Valley. Famous for its minimal intervention winemaking philosophy, Hundred Acre has been described as a ‘punk rock’ vineyard.
The Estate was established in 2004 and now comprises 92 acres of vines across 28 parcels. The majority of the grapes come from the Howell Mountain Appellation with some fruit also coming from Spring Valley Vineyards which is located just to the northeast of St Helena.
In 2012, Woodbridge recruited its first head winemaker Daniel Baron who had previously worked for Chateau Haut Brion where he gained experience working alongside oenologist Michel Rolland who continues to work closely with Hundred Acre.
Baron’s arrival on the scene helped to bring greater clarity and focus to Hundred Acre, which has garnered a reputation for its excellent single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon wines
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