Our Proprietors Rosa Segura is the daughter of Don Enrique Segura who settled in the Napa Valley in the mid 1950s. OC Meets Napa & Baja Encanto VineYards Interview is Inspired by the stories of traveling around the States and living in labor camps told to Rosa by her father, she became involved in migrant housing issues in the Napa Valley. Presently, the farmworker housing program is a collaboration of the wine industry in Napa including the Napa Valley Vintners Association, NV Grape Growers Association, the farm bureau, the county, cities and it advocates. The farmworker centers now serve as models for other agricultural communities around the country and abroad. Enrique Lopez is the youngest of 6 brothers and 8 sisters raised by all of them when his father passed at just 2 years of age. He was the only one to get a college education and received a degree in Chemical Engineering.
Life circumstances brought him to the Napa Valley where all of his family lived and worked in the fields. With language as a barrier he found his college degree was of no help in trying to find a job in his field. So he started working in the garden for the great Warren Winiarski in 1987. Learning English was a priority and soon he found his way into the lab.Enrique worked as a Chemical Engineer from 1988-1999 but agriculture was in his blood and in 2000 he decided to start Servin-Lopez Vineyard Management. He now provides service work for some of the finest winery estates and vineyards in Napa, Lake and Sonoma Counties including Shafer Vineyards, Donum Estate, and Ehlers Estates. Enrique and Rosa have 4 children, one of whom is attending Fresno State majoring in Viticulture.
“I’m so impressed by the task you are undertaking to do in sharing a comprehensive access to all the many wineries we are lucky to have here in the Valley. I’m amazed how many there are!! It’s an incredible testament to this amazing way of life. Thank you for the style and openness in which you’re approaching it – yours is a significant contribution in communicating the bounty of this valley.” ~ Carissa Mondavi
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