Form and Function in Napa Valley

Modern and historic wineries are built on the same foundations
James Laube
Issue: June 15, 2004

As the sun set gently behind the Mayacamas Mountains, which form the western boundary of Napa Valley, the final rays of daylight cast Trefethen Vineyards in a stunning, rosy pink hue. Surrounded by towering oak trees, this historic landmark is at once a comforting link to Napa's past and an ongoing tribute to the land.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 15, 2004.

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