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PlumpJack Group Acquires Ladera Vineyard

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Ladera Winery located on Howell Mountain

The PlumpJack Group is excited to announces the purchase of an 82-acre Howell Mountain vineyard and winemaking facility from Ladera Vineyards, which will be a natural extension of CADE Estate Winery, the first organically farmed LEED Gold Certified winery estate in Napa Valley founded by partners John Conover, Gavin Newsom and Gordon Getty. The acquisition is an ideal step for the ongoing evolution of The PlumpJack Group viagra generique prix pharmacie tunisie and CADE as a highly successful producer of acclaimed Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. The vineyard is planted to 74 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon and three acres of Sauvignon Blanc, providing a significant increase in premium quality, estate vineyard grapes for the CADE winemaking team. As part of the acquisition, Ladera Vineyards will continue to source fruit from the vineyard moving forward.

In this photo supplied by Cade Winery, Cade winery receive Gold Lede certification for their winery on Saturday May 1, 2010. Photo by John Storey/Cade Winery

Photo by John Storey/Cade Winery

“This is an extraordinarily exciting step for us as we approach CADE Estate’s tenth vintage,” said John Conover, managing partner and general manager of CADE Estate Winery. “We are honored to assume the responsibility for the stewardship of this remarkable piece of land. It is a beautiful property that has been impeccably planted and farmed, and is now producing some of the best fruit in the Napa Valley.”

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Cade Vineyard on Howell Mountain

Located atop Howell Mountain at an elevation of more than 1,600 feet, the vineyard has been producing high quality grapes since 1877. In addition to acquiring the vineyards, the purchase includes the historic production facility, which CADE Estate Winery plans to use for elevated guest experiences and private events. Ladera Vineyards will continue to host tours and tastings at the winery through the end of the year and produce their 2016 vintage on-site. While CADE is purchasing a vineyard and winemaking facility from the Stotesbery family, it is not acquiring Ladera Vineyards, which will continue to make Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc from select hillside and mountain vineyards.

“While we have loved our role as the stewards of this special place, because our children have decided to pursue careers outside of wine, our Howell Mountain home had grown a bit big for us,” said Pat Stotesbery, Ladera’s Proprietor. “This sale will ensure that this remarkable vineyard and its winery are in great hands for decades to come, while allowing us to focus all of our energies on making the best wines possible for Ladera.”

The historic Howell Mountain winery, the 13th bonded winery in California, was one of the valley’s early gravity-flow facilities featuring the most modern technology of the era. “As leaders in green grape growing, winemaking and architectural practices today,” said Conover, “we feel a special kinship with this winery and the founders’ commitment to modernity and relevancy.”

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Cade winemaker, Danielle Cyrot

Typical of Howell Mountain, the vineyard boasts rich, volcanic soils that produce bold, fruit-forward Cabernet Sauvignon and fresh, crisp Sauvignon Blanc. CADE Estate Winery will continue to produce its flagship varietals of Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc under the leadership of Winemaker Danielle Cyrot.

“This expansion of CADE Estate Winery speaks to the passion of The PlumpJack Group,” said Gavin Newsom, partner of The PlumpJack Group. “We are proud to continue the legacy of this extraordinary Howell Mountain estate.”

The acquisition of the Howell Mountain vineyard and winemaking facility adds to The PlumpJack Group’s impressive portfolio of award-winning wines, innovative restaurants and luxury resorts, each with a focus on the individual experience. “It has always been in PlumpJack’s growth plan to expand our presence in Northern California wine country, and we couldn’t have found a better fit with the acquisition of the neighboring vineyards from Ladera,” said Jeremy Scherer, co-president of The PlumpJack Group. “Not only is the vineyard and the land spectacular, we are very excited about expanding CADE Estate’s offerings.”

About CADE Estate
Perched high upon Napa Valley’s Howell Mountain among a dramatic hillside of Manzanita trees, CADE Winery is a unique, state-of-the-art facility producing an exquisite Estate Cabernet as well as an enticing Sauvignon Blanc and a rich Cabernet Sauvignon from local artisanal grapes. Having received its Gold LEED certification in 2009, CADE is the greenest winery estate in California. The name CADE derives from a Shakespearean term used for an oak cask or barrel. The estate comprises more than 54 acres, 21 of which were planted as vineyards in 2003. CADE is dedicated to the production of world-class wines through environmentally conscious innovation and is one of the architectural showplaces of Northern California’s wine country.

 

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Hilary Newsom with her mother, Tessa Newsom, who lost her battle with breast cancer.


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Throughout the month of October, PlumpJack businesses are joining the cause to help raise awareness and raise funds for UCSF’s Art for Recovery. Every cent counts, so get shopping, sipping and dancing.
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Sample delicious cocktails and help raise money for UCSF’s Art for RecoveryBalboa Cafe San Francisco  features the Tessa’s Tini with Absolut Kurant, Combier, fresh lime juice, a splash of simple syrup and cranberry – $14 ($4 will be donated). Balboa Cafe Mill Valley features a Bubbling Bliss cocktail with Skyy citrus vodka, St. Germaine elderflower liqueur, cranberry juice, sparkling wine – $1 from this drink will be donated.
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PlumpJack Wine & Spirits Noe Valley and Marina locations will feature Tessa’s Cuvée with 100% of the sale of this wine going to Art for Recovery.

PlumpJack Cafe at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn features Lucien Albrecht Cremant d’Alsace Brut Rose for $10 a glass and $40 per bottle. Plus, a  featured specialty cocktail for October – the La Presidente with Papa’s Pilar Blonde Rum, Carpano Bianco vermouth, housemade grenadine, lime, Gran Classic bitters, and a house brandied cherry for $12.
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Odette Estate, PlumpJack Estate and CADE Estate Winery will donate a portion of their e-commerce sales, plus proceeds from all pink S’well bottles sold in the tasting rooms. These amazing water bottles are a must have, keeping your water cold for hours!
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MatrixFillmore, they will be donating 20% of the door charge, so get dancing for the cause in October.
On October 19th, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm Forgery will be hosting guest bartenders from Raven. Two dollars from every drink sold will go to UCSF’s Art for Recovery Fund. Charcuterie and cheese will be served, a new addition to the bars menu.

Sip, shop and enjoy light bites at both PlumpJackSport boutiques as they host events to raise money and awareness. PlumpJackSport, Napa Valley will host an accessories Trunk Show at Balboa Cafe Mill Valley during the Mill Valley Film Festival on Saturday October 10th from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.


Every Friday afternoon in October, PlumpJackSport in The Village at Squaw Valley will host a local artist from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. A portion of the sales will be donated to UCSF’s Art for Recovery.

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