Mount Veeder

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Located high on the steep, rocky slopes of Napa Valley’s famed Mount Veeder, Brandlin Estate has earned renown as the source for some of California’s most extraordinary mountain-grown wines.

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"From Cabernet Sauvignon to our Bordeaux-variety blends, our estate wines embody the structure and complexity that can only be achieved from the finest mountain grapes."
Daniel Zepponi, President/CEO

Our wines

The wines of Brandlin Estate honor the classic terroir of Mount Veeder, offering luxurious fruit, velvety plushness and an ideal union of power and grace.

Brandlin & Carneros

Brandlin Estate Top 100 Dinner Series

Coming soon to a city near you, the team at Brandlin Estate invites you to join us for an unforgettable wine and culinary experience as we celebrate our highly acclaimed 2018 Brandlin Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, a wine that has earned its place among Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2021. Hosted by one of our winemakers, your experience will also include a first taste of the debut release, 2020 Brandlin Estate Sauvignon Blanc, and a Brandlin Estate library exclusive selection that is no longer available to the public.

Dates & Locations

Miami, FL – April 14th | Novikov Purchase Tickets

Chicago, IL – April 21st | Swift and Sons Purchase Tickets

Houston, TX  – April 21st | Steak 48 Purchase Tickets

San Francisco, CA  –  April 28th | Miller & Lux with an appearance by Chef Tyler Florence SOLD OUT

Beverly Hills, CA- April 28th | Matū Purchase Tickets

New York City, NY – May 4th | Hawksmoore Purchase Tickets

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Our estate

Located above the fog line, like an island in the sky, Brandlin Estate spans 120 acres of pristine woodlands, and 49 acres of vines spread across a ridgetop that rises to over 1,250 feet.

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Recent accolades

94 Points
Cabernet Sauvignon
James Suckling
92 Points
Henry's Keep
Red Wine
Year's Best US Cabernet & Blends, Wine & Spirits
93 Points
Cabernet Sauvignon
James Molesworth, Wine Spectator