For centuries, Japanese pagodas have defined the grace, structure and complexity of a society steeped in beauty and style. The 2010 Lokoya Spring Mountain is the pagoda of the Lokoya line-up with a graceful structure, floral beauty and elegant style that are supported by a deep dragon fruit palate sure to bring out the spirit of the samurai in you.

Growing Conditions

The appellation lies above the town of St. Helena on the eastern slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains that separate Napa Valley from Sonoma Valley and the Santa Rosa Plain. Spring Mountain is similar to the Mount Veeder AVA due to the prevailing cool weather and smaller diurnal changes. The vineyard is located at a 1,600 feet elevation with primarily weathered volcanic soils and high drainage. The mountain terrain along with its cool weather pattern create an environment for Cabernet Sauvignon to have intense dark fruit flavors, satiny tannins and great aging potential.


Hand-harvested, Low yields of 2 tons per acre.


Bottled unfined and unfiltered


Grapes pressed in wooden basket press


20 months in 100% new French oak barrels