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13th Vineyard

A brief history

As the crow flies, about a half mile over the mountain from our modern CADE Estate, lies the seldom told story of an extraordinary winery sitting on top of a special piece of land. 13th Vineyard, a name inspired by its roots as the thirteenth bonded winery in the state of California, dates back to the late 1800s when Jean Brun, a native of Bordeaux, and Jean V. Chaix, were one of the first to plant Medoc grapes on this Howell Mountain Estate. Shortly thereafter, in 1886, the duo built a three-story gravity fed winery made of stone.
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150 White Cottage Road South
United States, California