Fisher Vineyard

A Family Winery ...IS THE RESULT OF EXPERIENCE OVER MANY YEARS
The winery was founded in 1973, when Fred and Juelle purchased 100 acres 0n the western slope of the Mayacamas Mountains. There, they built a winery tucked in among the vines and Douglas Firs. The winery itself is a product of the estate, having been built from the timber that was cut and milled on-site and crafted into an award-winning facility by their good friend and architect, William Turnbull.

In 1975, the family found another 57 acres on the Silverado Trail in the Napa Valley. The property runs from the Napa River to the Eastern Vaca Range, adjacent to the famed Eisele Vineyard, and is the source of our Lamb Vineyard Cabernet, Coach Insignia Cabernet and Cameron, Red Wine.

Our Mission
To grow and produce wines of consistent, world-class quality that express their unique mountain or valley heritage in the truest sense of terroir; the resulting wines should pay tribute to the land we are fortunate to care for, as well as each member of our team, which together will yield classic balance and style that transcends time.

"We are small in size but great in scope with both mountain and valley estate vineyards. Our wines reflect the great care we have given these vineyards; those who drink the wines and those who write about the wines sing their praise, and we are grateful."
- Fred J. Fisher, Proprietor

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Fisher Vineyard Coach Insignia Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Vinous 93 Fisher's 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Coach Insignia is surprisingly dense and powerful. The flavors are dark, bold and incisive throughout. One of the more ample wines readers will come across, the 2014 Coach Insignia continues to develop nicely. A host of dark cherry, mocha, new leather,

Fisher Coach Insignia Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
87  Robert Parker 
 Robert Parker 87 "Both the 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Coach Insignia and 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Lamb Vineyard are more angular, revealing some of the vintages shortcomings. The tannins are relatively elevated, and both reveal a slight herbaceousness. Nevertheless, both wines are at least very good,