Peacock Family Vineyard

Situated on Spring Mountain 1,000 feet above the Napa Valley floor, Peacock Family Vineyard released its first offering of estate-grown, 100-percent Cabernet in 1999. Proprietors Chris and Betsy Peacock moved to their new rammed-earth home on the 50-acre property—6.2 acres of which came with Cabernet Sauvignon vines—in 1995.

Prior to releasing their first vintage, the Peacocks sold their fruit to Barnett Vineyard and Cain Vineyard and Winery, both also on Spring Fountain. Featuring Peacock Family Vineyard fruit in the wine and on the label, the 1997 and 1999 Barnett Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon releases were so highly acclaimed that the family decided to make its own Cabernet Sauvignon with Craig Becker, who remains the vineyard’s winemaker to this day.

Rebecca Peacock Fogg, the daughter of Chris and Betsy Peacock, took over all sales, marketing and hospitality operations for Peacock Family Vineyard in 2013. Under her direction, Peacock released a Sauvignon Blanc in 2015 with coveted fruit from the famed Hyde Vineyards in Napa.  All Peacock Family Vineyard wines are made with 100-percent of the given varietal—Peacock does not blend its wines. Both the Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc are sourced exclusively from family-owned vineyards.