Build your own Wine Estate and Vineyard in Atlas Peak Napa

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Here is the perfect opportunity to build your own Wine Country Estate and watch the sunset over rolling hills and your own vineyard. With over 21 acres and zoning of agriculture, the possibilities are endless. Build two homes on two separate lots with privacy and views on both. Lots are EPA cleared and ready to build. The site has an existing well, two septic fields and riparian rights to Jack Rabbit Hole spring. Just up the hill in Atlas Peak from Silverado Resort and Golf Club. Minutes away from world-class Wineries and Downtown Napa. The land previously had the Main home with detached Garage and Guesthouse. lots are 2510 and 2500 Atlas Peak. Seller may consider Seller Financing. Copy and Paste link for the video tour.

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Atlas Peak is located in Napa County on the western slopes of the Vaca Range, which separates the Napa and Sacramento valleys. At an elevation of 2663 feet, it is the most prominent peak in the region.

Vineyards were first planted on Atlas Peak in 1870, and the area experienced steady growth in vineyard acreage between 1880 and 1901. At that time, varietal plantings included Chasselas, Malvoisie, Burgundy, Zinfandel, Muscat, Flaming Tokay, Mission, and Riesling. The first winery was established in the early 1980s, adding a new dimension to the region’s grape-growing tradition.

Today, Atlas Peak growers supply fruit to dozens of wineries in Napa and Sonoma counties, helping to create some of the finest wines in the world. In addition, local vintners and winemakers produce, bottle, and market their own brands. And since the region was established as an AVA in the early 1990s, producers now feature the Atlas Peak designation on their labels to help consumers recognize the regional characteristics and distinct style of Atlas Peak appellation wines.

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