On an upwind tack with sails pitched to the perfect angle nothing compares to the beauty, power and elegance of an America’s Cup sailing yacht. In much the same way in our Lokoya line-up of wines the combination of power and grace always comes through on Spring Mountain. The 2013 revels in a beautiful floral aromatic, dark and red fruits combine with a graceful minerality to define this wine and this appellation.

Growing Conditions

Established in 1993, the Spring Mountain District appellation sits above the town of St. Helena on the eastern slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains, which separate Napa Valley from Sonoma County. First crafted in 2005, the Lokoya Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon is primarily sourced from three vineyards: the estate-owned Yverdon vineyard (2,100 feet), the Wurtele vineyard (1,000 feet) and Spring Mountain Vineyard (1,800 feet). Cool daytime temperatures, deficient soil and sharply inclined vineyard terraces combine to create ideal growing conditions for Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines from Spring Mountain express a signature floral perfume, deep red fruit flavors and smooth tannins.


hand-harvested, low yields of 2 tons per acre.


bottled unfined and unfiltered


19 months in 98% new French oak