Kenzo Estate

3200 Monticello Road
Napa, CA 94558

877-977-7704

Open: Year Round

History

1990 The Finest Napa Valley Winegrowing Terroir

Kenzo Tsujimoto first achieved great success as founder of Capcom, a Japanese developer and publisher of video games. Kenzo Tsujimoto’s accomplishments in business are largely due to his intuitive understanding of what fascinates people. Winemaking represents a mature iteration of his approach to youth and the emergence of video games in the 1980s as Chairman and CEO of Capcom. Kenzo Tsujimoto became enchanted with Napa Valley after the historic 1976 Judgment of Paris, which launched Napa Valley wines onto the world stage. Two decades searching for the ideal winegrowing terroir, his quest led him to an untamed mountain valley in Napa’s southeast corner, by the name of Wild Horse Valley, located on the slopes of Mt. George. Formerly the official training ground for the U.S. Olympic Jump Team, the estate encompasses a polo and equestrian facility, once the hub of equine culture on the West Coast. The 4,000 acre property significantly attracted local vintners who recognized the ideal grape growing conditions of this unique terroir.

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