Black Stallion Estate Winery is located in the Oak Knoll District, a wine grape growing Appellation in the southern half of the Napa Valley. The name Black Stallion pays homage to the rich history of the 32 acre estate which was once home to the Silverado Horseman’s Center. The equestrian center featured an indoor riding track, numerous training rings, breeding facilities and an outdoor arena that seated 3,000 spectators. After more than two years of construction, Black Stallion Estate Winery opened its doors in 2007. The indoor track now houses winemaking production but remnants of the original 36 horse stalls are still visible today. In 2010, Black Stallion Estate Winery was purchased by the Indelicato Family, one of the leading family-owned wine producers in the country. The grape growing and wine making history of Delicato Family Vineyards has spanned three generations and more than 90 years.