Our tiny farm is located in the heart of California's wine country, just north of St Helena on the Silverado Trail. Using organic farming methods, we grow over 100 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. In addition, we grow a wide variety of herbs, flowers, and healthy fruits and vegetables, including corn, squash, pole beans, and peppers.
Our commercial activities are quite limited, as the primary mission of our farm is to provide organically grown, healthy, non-GMO, food to the Napa Valley Food Bank, which provides food to almost 40 local organizations, and directly serves over 15,000 clients annually. With this mission, the farm is, by design, a not-for-profit enterprise although we occasionally offer for sale fresh vegetables and herbs to people visiting the farm.
Our fertile farm land on the banks of the Napa River, irrigation water, and the bulk of our farm labor are generously made available by Casa Nuestra Winery, a winery with a long history in the Napa Valley and one with a strong commitment to humanitarian efforts.
We are the "kitchen garden" for the Napa Food Bank and deliver thousands of pounds of produce to help eliminate hunger in our community. Our specialty is tomatoes, which we sell from our honor box at the winery in season. Look also for seasonal fresh vegetables and annual herbs and flowers.
Stop by the winery anytime they are open to see our growing grounds (7 days a week 10-4). Look for our sign on the Silverado Trail to know when we are offering produce or garden starts. Nursery starts for sale beginning April 16th.
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This place is organic to the core: an authentic farm in commercial wine country. It is like stepping back in time. I had no idea there were so many tomato varieties... wine was good too.