Foley Family Wines announced the July acquisition of Silverado Vineyards, which sits just north of the California town of Yountville on the Silverado Trail in the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley. The winery was founded in 1981 by the late Diane Marie Disney Miller, daughter of Walt Disney, and her husband, the late Ron Miller, President and CEO of Walt Disney Productions. Over the last four decades, the Miller family has established Silverado Vineyards as a leading producer of luxury wines from estate vineyards across four Napa Valley appellations. The 73,000-square-foot winery includes a state-of-the-art production facility and a visitors’ center, whose tasting room and patio offer stunning north-facing views of Napa Valley. The sale also includes four of the winery’s estate vineyards, totaling nearly 300 planted acres. Estate vineyards include Silverado Vineyard (Stags Leap District AVA); Mt. George Vineyard (Coombsville AVA); Miller Ranch (Yountville AVA); and Soda Creek Ranch, also called Borreo Ranch (Napa Valley AVA).