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Mayacamas stands as one of the most storied vineyard and winery operations in California. Founded in 1889, vineyards were planted in the rugged landscape of Mt. Veeder, and the iconic stone winery building constructed as well. The vines, planted between 1,800 and 2,400 feet above the Napa Valley, produce wines of firm structure and long ageability. The wines reflect the independent spirit of its mountain growers and vintners, borne of rugged conditions that demand craftsmanship at the highest level. Winemakers Andy Erickson and Annie Favia will continue the winemaking and viticultural traditions of the estate. The steep rocky slopes of the vineyards at Mayacamas yield small crops of tiny, intensely flavored grapes that result in full character development in the wines. Classic winemaking methods allow the essence of the terroir to be fully expressed. Each varietal preserves a purity, intensity and ageability that is a characteristic of Mayacamas wines.

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