The town of Angwin nestles itself in the mountains Northeast and just above the Napa Valley floor and below beautifully framed Howell Mountain. Howell Mountain is a unique wine-growing appellation and contrasts vineyards in the valley floor because it rises above the common valley fog and marine layer typical of summertime. This means an abundance of sunshine and it's terrain a mountainous rocky soil perfect for grapes. Also home of the campus of Pacific Union College, a small market and quiet town, Angwin is a short drive from the hustle and bustle of the Napa Valley yet sits in all it's splendor among big trees, hiking trails, waterfalls and the quiet solitude of Las Posadas National Forest.