Silverado Farming Company Announces New Partner
(Napa, Calif.)—March 1, 2017—Silverado Farming Company, Napa’s most innovative and forward looking vineyard management company, today announced that Miguel Luna has joined the company as a partner.
Founded in 2001 by partners Pete Richmond, Arnulfo Solario and Stanley Zervas, Silverado Farming Company farms top Napa Cabernet for some of the most prestigious wineries: Dana Estates, Melka Wines, Vineyard 29, Lail Vineyards, Gandona, Stag’s Leap, Vineyard 7 & 8, Round Pond and Bart and Daphne Araujo’s new Accendo Cellars.
Overseeing farming for more than 600 acres of prime vineyards from some of Napa’s top appellations, including Pritchard Hill, Oakville, Rutherford, Diamond Mountain, Spring Mountain, Howell Mountain and Prichard Hill, Silverado Farming prides itself on being the leader in both vineyard management prowess and client communications.
Prior to joining Silverado Farming Company in 2015, Luna held winemaking positions at Pahlmeyer, Dana Estates, Atelier Melka, Adamvs and Chateau de Fieuzal. He holds a B.S. from University California, Davis in Viticulture and Enology.
“I am truly grateful for this opportunity to be made a partner. Silverado Farming Company is home to me, and I share the vision and values that has made Silverado one of the leading farming and vineyard management companies in Napa and California. I look forward to continuing and building on the path laid out by Pete, Arnulfo and Stan.”—Miguel Luna, partner, Silverado Farming Company
“Miguel’s in house winemaking experience gives us a better sense of our clients’ needs. Our aim is to be the ‘Four Seasons’ of vineyard management and farming companies for the luxury wine space.” --Pete Richmond, founding partner, Silverado Farming Company
ABOUT SILVERADO FARMING COMPANY
Founded in 2001, Silverado Farming Company oversees vineyard management for more than 600 acres of Napa’s top Cabernet Estates. The company donates one percent of its gross revenues through its foundation, One Percent for the Community each year, directing the money to underfunded grassroots nonprofits who focus on farm worker issues and at risk youth.