When David Rojas told me he’d inherited a bottle of 1937 Chateau Montelena Cabernet from a friend, I was skeptical. I was under the impression that the Napa Valley winery, founded in 1882, hadn’t made wines after Prohibition (1920-1933) and didn't resume production until 1972, when the Barrett family rejuvenated the facility.
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