Cain Vineyard and Winery

California Napa Valley | www.cainfive.com

Set high above St. Helena on top of Spring Mountain, the Cain winery and vineyards enjoy one of the most spectacular settings in the Napa Valley. This rugged site, chosen in 1980 by Jerry and Joyce Cain, was the first Napa estate to grow the five principal Bordeaux varieties, realizing their dream of producing a red wine that would rival the best in the world with their Cain Five blend.

The June 2007 edition of The Wine News featured Cain in its central article “The Flowering of Spring Mountain”. Contributing Editor Jeff Cox wrote: “I have made a pilgrimage here because a bottle of 1990 Cain Five made from Spring Mountain fruit remains the single-most delicious California Meritage I’ve ever tasted.”

California Napa Valley
Cabernet and Cabernet Blends

Cain Five 2006 [6/cs]

“Very attractive aromas here, suggesting that Cain Five in general needs longer for full aromatic development than its accessible textures when young might suggest. ...
California Napa Valley
Cabernet and Cabernet Blends

Cain Five 2013 [6/cs]

Cain Five is one of the most classically-built wines made in the Napa Valley. The emphasis each year is on structure and expressing the...