Young Inglewood Vineyards Young Inglewood is committed to producing wines of place, stewarded from vine to bottle by mother and son winemakers Jacky and Scott Young. With old world non-interventionist winemaking practices, our estate’s signature character is transformed into wines of balance and grace. We farm our 150-year-old vineyard organically and regeneratively, by hand and using gentle equipment when needed. Sparse irrigation promotes deep vine roots, allowing the vines to benefit from underground water reserves. Optimally sited on an alluvial fan that weaves in and out at the base of the Mayacamas, the gravel in our classic terroir aerates the soil and promotes good drainage. We tend our gently sloping estate vineyards in tune with the natural life cycle of our vines. Cover crops, bat and bird boxes, and the introduction of beneficial insects protect the health of the vines without compromising the soil. Non-interventionist winemaking is key to translating our estate’s signature character into wines of elegance and grace. Using sight, touch, and taste, we wait for the optimal balance of sugar, acid and flavor before hand-harvesting our grapes. Native indigenous yeasts ferment our wines. And extended aging in French oak builds complexity. With sustainable and thoughtful stewardship of our Napa Valley estate, we produce classic wines with an old-world sensibility. Our minimalist approach to winemaking protects the pedigree of our wines. Balance and elegance are our guiding principles.