Meticulous Farming, Sustainable Practices

Look around Stagecoach Vineyard, and you’ll be struck by a world in natural balance. A thriving habitat for coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions, reptiles, raptors, and even bears combined with gentle farming practices that respect the land and its native creatures.


social and economic implications are taken into account for all of our practices”

List of Vineyard Clones
Varietal Clone
 Cabernet Franc17
 Cabernet Franc214
 Cabernet Franc312
 Cabernet Franc327
 Cabernet Franc332
 Cabernet Franc628
 Cabernet FrancSanders
 Cabernet Sauvignon2
 Cabernet Sauvignon4
 Cabernet Sauvignon7
 Cabernet Sauvignon8
 Cabernet Sauvignon15
 Cabernet Sauvignon169
 Cabernet Sauvignon191
 Cabernet Sauvignon337
 Cabernet Sauvignon341
 Cabernet Sauvignon412
 Cabernet Sauvignon685
 Cabernet Sauvignon5197
 Cabernet Sauvignon29 (Niebaum-Coppola)
 Cabernet Sauvignon30 (See) + rootstock
 Cabernet Sauvignon31 (Mondavi – To Kalon) + root stocks
 Cabernet Sauvignon685/31
 Cabernet SauvignonSee
 Cabernet SauvignonWeimer
 MarsanneTablas Creek
 Petite Sirah4
 Petit Verdot2
 Petit Verdot400
 Petit Verdot1058
 Sauvignon Blanc1
 Sauvignon Blanc6
 Sauvignon Blanc18
 Sauvignon Blanc28
 Sauvignon Blanc30
 SyrahTC-A (99)
  • Fish Friendly Farming
  • Napa Green Certified Land
  • Certified California Sustainable Vineyard

All of our practices are sustainable, taking into account the environmental, social, and economic implications of each decision we make.  A few examples of our sustainable approach: using permanent cover crops to prevent erosion; planting site-specific cover crops to address nutrient and vigor needs; building insectaries, owl boxes, and bluebird boxes to host pest predators; conducting beneficial insect releases; practicing conservative irrigation; and using local restaurant food waste for compost.

Under Jan Krupp’s direction, Stagecoach is a vineyard that thrives on innovation.  Jan is always interested in new ideas, Viticulturist Gabrielle Shaffer has the moxie and drive to put a plan in action, and Vineyard Manager Esteban Llamas is by nature a creative problem solver.  From investing in advanced weather-station technology, new varieties, and clonal trials to improved trellising, irrigation, and pruning styles, the Stagecoach team is always looking for a way to take viticulture to the next level.