Mayacamas Vineyards has been a source of legendary California wine since 1889. The lineage of pioneering caretakers of this land spans more than 125 years. Located high in the Mayacamas mountain range that divides Napa from Sonoma, it is without a doubt the oldest and one of the most prestigious wineries in the area. Originally constructed by German immigant John Henry Fisher, it originally held the Fisher and Sons name, but was changed by new owners in 1941 as a nod to the mountain range's name, meaning 'the howl of the mountain lion'. In Steven Spurrier's second Judgement of Paris tastin in 1986, their Cabernet came second - besting all French wines. At 2,400 meters above the valley floor, it is the highest-altitude winemakin Napa, with the longest growing season and lowest yields.
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