Inhabited by Western novelist Vingie Rose in the 1920s, this historic property in southeast Napa was coined the “Lost Valley Ranch,” its location in a narrow piece of land nestled between canyons causing 20th century travelers to get lost, wandering in the valley.
The Lamb Family bought the property in the summer of 2008, and planted grapes (and olive trees) in 2009. With elevations of 500’ to over 700’, the land is perfectly suited to grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot to Sauvignon Blanc, vines that thrive in the Napa Valley climate. For more than a decade, the family has worked to build the vineyard and its surrounding land into the property you see today. The Cabernet grapes are sold to Caymus, an iconic Napa winery owned by the Wagner Family.
In 2023, Lost Valley Ranch Wines was founded to showcase the estate grown fruit
on a small scale. Lost Valley Ranch Wines is a Verified Napa Valley Micro-Producer as part of Save the Family Farms.