Pritchard Hill is a rugged mass of compacted volcanic rock that forms the eastern ridge of central Napa Valley. Rising to heights of 1,800 feet, with striking iron-red and yellow-tinged soil, this unique locale is the source of some of Napa's most extraordinary Cabernet-based blends. Wine Spectator's James Laube explains.
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