Join us for a Krupp Brothers Live Tasting with Sandy Huffine on Thursday 4/16 at 7:30pm.
Purchase any 3 bottles to receive 20% off your purchase!
Jan and his brother Bart fell in love with the rugged mountain site that would become one of Napa’s most iconic vineyards. Despite its harsh desert landscape – riddled with rocks and boulders, and choked with chaparral with no known water source and no road access – they saw the makings of a world-class vineyard. In 1995, with the help of a water witch, the removal of more than 1 million tons of rock, and the construction of a snaking road requiring 135 legal documents, Stagecoach Vineyard was born. Today, Stagecoach is the largest contiguous vineyard in Napa, providing fruit for some of the area’s finest wineries. The brothers sold the vineyard in 2017, but Jan continues in his role at the vineyard, paying careful attention to the farming of the blocks retained for Krupp Brothers.