Burgess packs a double high-quality fruit punch given that its fruit is mountain-side grown and develops in volcanic soil. No matter the varietal, every wine they produce has a distinctive flavor or texture that comes from the focus in their vineyards.

Burgess may be located in Napa and make bold, yet balanced Cabernet Sauvignon, they also have incredible soil that allows them to grow and produce elegant Grenache, helping them to break from the expected. 

The Burgess story of growth as perceived through family efforts is a narrative that rests upon three generations of Burgess’s working the same vineyards with the same viticultural practices in order to maintain wines of consistency, heritage, and prestige.