DISCOVER Diamond mountain district’s
The Crown Jewel
There are few places left where we can completely surrender ourselves to nature. Teachworth Estate—which clients graciously refer to as Diamond Mountain District’s ‘crown jewel’— is such a place. The property is surrounded by old growth forest on a northwestern exposure in the Mayacamas Range. The hilltop chateau boasts unobstructed views of Mount St. Helena and Napa Valley. And at 850 feet elevation, you can practically drink the air.
At the center of this cherished 75-acre retreat, sit two quaint plots of Cabernet Sauvignon. For more than 20 years, these vines have thrived under the stewardship of the Teachworth family. Since 2017 Chris and Laura Teachworth have carried on the legacy started by their parents, Walter and Joan. Today, along with Winemaker Taylor Berkley Boydstun, they continue the tradition of excellence in winemaking, in their parents’ honor.
• Diamond Mountain District AVA
• 700-850 feet elevation
• Northwestern-facing exposure
• 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
• Surrounded by 75 acres of
• Tended carefully by hand