The La Jota Winery has deep roots in the vine-growing history of the Napa Valley. In 1898, Frederick Hess, a Swiss emigrant, bought a land plot on Howell Mountain, in the northeast of the Napa Valley, California. He founded La Jota on stony, shallow soils with plenty of winds and fogs. Hess believed that this place was good for making wines with character and class, no less than European wines. Only two years later, the first recognition came. In 1900, at the Paris Exhibition, La Jota received a bronze medal for its Bianco. Today, the winery follows the tradition of making "mountainous" Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc on plots 500-600 meters above sea level, surrounded by pine and oak forests. Saturated flavors and muscular tannins are slowly developing to perfection, and the cool winds, the differences between daytime and night temperatures, and high altitude all preserve the freshness perfectly balanced.
Your Wine, Wrapped and Delivered.
From the vineyard to your glass, the wine goes a long way. Every step is taken with much care and attention. We are a small part of this journey, but we take very seriously the task of bringing your wine to you in the most convenient and secure way.
For your peace of mind, the shipment travels in secure packaging and, if necessary, with insurance. We will deliver it to your address, quickly and safely - and within the city of Sofia sometimes within hours.
For your convenience, we will try to keep the requested time range specified in your order details.