Nestled in the hills of south Napa, Dyer Vineyard is planted on a northwesternfacing hillside exhibiting excellent sun exposure. The climate is relatively cooland the fruit is slow to ripen, allowing for a long hang time. The soils are composedof clay loam and the slope lends itself to good drainage. The rootstock and clonalselection at this site are the perfect match for the vineyard and the flavors developwith great intensity. The vines are moderate in size and the crop is limited to givefull ripeness and flavor at harvest.