Napa Valley leader and winery CEO Emma Swain pushes her team and herself to the extraordinary every day. “I am always looking ahead,” she says. “People say I love change, but really I am always open to moving every aspect of our business forward. We are here bringing joy to people through fantastic wine and unique experiences. This requires a continual, sharp focus on what we do and how we can do it better.” St. Supéry is dedicated to being 100% estate grown, produced and bottled, with an unwavering commitment to quality. Its two estate vineyards cover more than 1,585 acres of Napa Valley, with just over a third developed to vineyard.
Maintaining a focus on diversity and balance is critical in the vineyards and shapes the brand and people it hires as well. “In addition to our responsibility protecting our vineyards and land, we must also look after our people and community. Whether someone is picking grapes, rolling barrels or preparing financial statements, we appreciate what they bring to the process and celebrate their varied backgrounds and unique experiences. It is the entire team that enables us to reach new heights and bring joy to your table,” shares Swain.