January 31, 1995 Inglenook's Winemaking Legacy In its heyday after Prohibition, Inglenook set the standard for Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon with its bold wines, made by John Daniel Jr. Considered by many the best winemaker of his time, Daniel was the grandnephew of Gustave Niebaum, the successful Finnish fur trader who founded Inglenook in 1879 because of his love for European wines.
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