The Ghost Wineries of Napa Valley
Smithsonian.com: October, 2009
"Atop Howell Mountain, one of the peaks that frame California's wine-soaked Napa Valley, the towering groves of ponderosa pines are home to one of the region's legendary ghost wineries. Born in the late 1800s, killed off by disease, disaster, depression, and denial in the early 20th century, and then laid to solemn rest for decades, La Jota Vineyard - like its countless sister specters found throughout the region - is once again living, breathing, and making world-class wine."
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