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Our Vineyards

At Flora Springs we live by a simple creed: the land returns the love you give it. For half a century the Komes Garvey family has tended and nurtured our vineyards with loving care. Our mission is to sustain with each harvest ever healthier vines and soil, a natural habitat improved with every year’s production. Over 200 acres of vibrant vineyards testify to our stewardship of a precious resource whose care and sustenance is a literal labor of love.

St. Helena

P&J Vineyard

Acres: 43
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc

On the southern edge of the St. Helena AVA with close proximity to the Napa River, P&J Vineyard offers a diverse blend of alluvial soils. These deep soils help the vineyard come into balance during the warm St. Helena summers.


Komes Ranch

Acres: 20.5
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
Wines: Trilogy, Wild Boar Cabernet Sauvignon
Family Farmed: Since 1978

Komes Ranch Estate Vineyard begins at an elevation of 500 feet along the Mayacamas range and rises to 1,000 feet. The vineyard’s natural beauty is more than visual, with well-drained clay and sandy loam soils, resulting in vines with deep root systems for low yields of top quality fruit.


Windfall Vineyard

Acres: 4
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Wines: Trilogy, Merlot
Family Farmed: Since 1986

The Windfall Vineyard, on the western benchland of the Rutherford sub-appellation, enjoys cool evenings and warm afternoons. The four acres of well-drained, nutrient-rich, gravelly loams produce concentrated yet balanced Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.


Crossroads Ranch

Acres: 107
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Petit Verdot
Wines: Holy Smoke Cabernet Sauvignon, Soliloquy White Wine, Three Keys Cabernet Sauvignon
Sustainability: Fish Friendly Farming Certified
Family Farmed: Since 1980

Crossroads Ranch, 107 sunny acres in Oakville, is where the Komes Garvey family discovered a previously unknown Sauvignon Blanc clone we named Soliloquy, the basis of our eponymous signature white blend. It’s also the source for our single vineyard Holy Smoke Cabernet Sauvignon.


Out of Sight Vineyard

Acres: 37
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon
Wines: Out Of Sight Cabernet Sauvignon
Sustainability: Fish Friendly Farming Certified; farmed using sustainable and CCOF (organic) certified farming practices
Family Farmed: Since 1986

Located in the southeastern slopes of Napa Valley, the 37 acre Out Of Sight Vineyard rests between the Coombsville and Atlas Peak Appellations.

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Flora Springs Vineyard.
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Sustainable Farming

Flora, Roman goddess of flowers and plant life, harbinger of spring and nature’s renewal, symbol of the fertility of the land. There could be no more apt namesake for our founder, Flora Komes, whose simple credo, the land returns the love you give it, is the heart and soul of Flora Springs. Our winemaking is an extension of our love of the land, and the care we lavish on the land is reflected in every bottle of Flora Springs. Organic, sustainable farming in service of the health and vitality of our vineyards is just the beginning of the story.

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Love the land and it will love you back.

Flora Komes, Founder

Sustainable Practices

Building healthy soil

Healthy soil stems from natural pest control, strict water conservation, and the maintenance of biodiversity. Composts and cover crops both add to soil richness and fight erosion.

An environment that nourishes beneficial microorganisms and organic matter produces fruit of the highest quality.

Controlling vineyard pests naturally

Owl nesting boxes, raptor perches, and other encouragements to bird life naturally control insects and rodents. Mechanical tilling reduces spraying.

Conserving water and biodiversity

Drip irrigation delivers water directly to the vines’ roots, maximizing soil moisture and aeration, reducing water consumption by up to 20%.

Habitat improvement at the vineyard’s edges encourages biodiversity and a healthy ecosystem.

Making quality job a priority

The result is fruit of great concentration and balance, and lands that pass to the next generation in the very peak of health.