Heritage

1880

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great Cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

1880

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

read more…

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

read more…

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

read more…

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

read more…

1880s

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

read more…

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

read more…

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

read more…

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

read more…

Liparita was one of the first brands in the Napa Valley to designate vineyard origin on the label, with Liparita Howell Mountain Claret.

And this was the first wine from California to win a gold medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900.

Liparita was one of the first "brands" in Napa even before brands were part of the lexicon of winemaking.

Read more...

Liparita was one of the first brands in the Napa Valley to designate vineyard origin on the label, with Liparita Howell Mountain Claret.

And this was the first wine from California to win a gold medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900.

Liparita was one of the first "brands" in Napa even before brands were part of the lexicon of winemaking.

Read more...

Heritage

1880

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great Cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

1880

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

read more…

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

read more…

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

read more…

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

read more…

1880s

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

read more…

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

read more…

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

read more…

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

read more…


Liparita was one of the first brands in the Napa Valley to designate vineyard origin on the label, with Liparita Howell Mountain Claret.

And this was the first wine from California to win a gold medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900.

Liparita was one of the first "brands" in Napa even before brands were part of the lexicon of winemaking.

Read more...

Heritage

1880

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great Cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

1880

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

read more…

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

read more…

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

read more…

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

read more…

1880s

The Liparita stone cellar built in 1880 by W. F. Keyes, the son of the General Keyes. This cellar still stands high atop Howell Mountain in the heart of Napa Valley region.

read more…

Brand Stewards

Spencer Hoopes and his daughter Lindsay are focused on making great cabernets that are unique expressions of the viticultural areas that make Napa internationally renowned.

read more…

Century of Golds

Recognized with a gold & bronze medal at the Paris Exposition in 1900 and awarded a gold medal in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition, a rare feat for a Napa Valley wine.

read more…

liparita now

The new label retains the heritage of the past, but displays the crested initial of the new proprietor, Spencer Hoopes. The winemaking concept is similar as well, focused on making great wines from extraordinary appellations.

read more…