To Kalon Vineyard featured in Naples Illustrated
"One Sauvignon Blanc standout above the rest, and the source of its brilliance lies in the quality of the vineyard site. The To Kalon Vineyard was originally planted in 1868 by Napa pioneer Hamilton Crabb, the man generally credited with bringing attention to Oakville as a winegrowing district. He named it To Kalon, Greek for "most beautiful." By the early 20th century, it was recognized as one of the best vineyard sites in the world."
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