The spectacular two-acre winery garden is a tribute to the beauty of the Napa Valley and marries great beauty and functionality. Lovingly created by Leslie Rudd’s wife, Susan, with the help of noted Canadian landscape designer, Thomas Hobbs, the gardens are anchored by 150-year-old olive trees with gnarled trunks. Using predominately a silver, sage and burgundy color palette, the drought tolerant flower garden provides year round visual interest. If you visit in the spring or summer months, you are likely to encounter Susan tending the plants. At the north end of the garden is a glass greenhouse filled with succulents and our two organic vegetable plots. These plots produce a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables for the winery and PRESS Restaurant in St Helena.