Meet our Featured Producers.
Get to know some of the producers behind the exquisite wines the Robb Report 672 Napa Valley Wine Club curates for members.
The Seavey Estate consists of 200 acres of oak forest in which 40 acres are planted with grapevines. Seavey wines come exclusively from the estate of rugged hillside vineyard blocks, including the Seavey 2020 Caravina Cabernet Sauvignon featured in a recent installment of the 672 wine club.
Adam Hersly knows the adage there’s no rest for the weary all too well. He has two full time jobs: one as the winemaker at Hersly Wines and the other in product operations at Google.
Dan and Kim Johnson transformed an overgrown walnut orchard into a vineyard in 2016. Their 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, a featured 672 wine, is a special release from their library. It’s an exclusive for 672 members and is not available online, at their winery, or anywhere else.
Buoncristiani Family Winery
Winemaking at Buoncristiani Family Winery is most definitely a family affair. Brothers Nate, Jay, and Matt Buoncristiani were born and raised in Napa and started making wine as a hobby in their parents’ garage. Once they started winning awards at local wine competitions, they decided to turn their hobby into a business.
J. Moss Winery
Texas native James Moss got his start in the wine business working in sales for a wine distributor in Dallas. He eventually moved to Napa and began working for a new distributor, and “got the wine bug shortly thereafter.” He began making wine and his first vintage of Merlot in 1998, which he and his wife (and business partner) Janet served to guests at their wedding celebration at Domaine Carneros.
Winemaker Heidi Peterson Barrett is well known for crafting 100 (Robert Parker) point wines for Screaming Eagle in 1992 and 1997. She started her own label, La Sirena, in 1994. The first year she produced a wine made from Sangiovese, and she added La Sirena Cabernet Sauvignon in 1996. Today, she creates stellar wines with the help of her family.
George and Nancy Bravante made their first vintage of Bravante in 1995. They both work in the day-to-day business of producing wine from grapes grown on their two vineyards which total 12 acres.
Kimberly Hatcher is the winemaker and owner of Morgado Cellars, but what most people don’t know is that she is also a San Francisco firefighter and has been for 25 years.
Kidd Ranch Vineyard
Owner and Winemaker Paul Skinner received his PhD in Soil Science in 1988 and swore he wanted nothing to do with owning a vineyard and producing wine. That all changed when he had the opportunity to buy a portion of Kidd Ranch Vineyard.
Buselli Family Vineyard
When Italo and Rosalia Buselli bought a tract of land on the east side of Napa Valley in 1990, they could hardly have imagined that their grapes would end up in some of the region’s most highly sought after, limited production wines, including their 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon.