Al and Boots Brounstein founded Diamond Creek Vineyards in 1968. The three vineyards Brounstein planted have produced some of the most long-lived, elegant wines from the state of California, wines that make the case "that Diamond Creek is the finest producer of Cabernet Sauvignon in America," according to wine writer Pierre DuMont. Volcanic Hill is eight acres of south-facing hillside vineyard on Diamond Mountain. It is the warmest of all of Diamond Creek's various mesoclimates. The color of the soil is gray, and the consistency is that of fluffy, volcanic ash, originally deposited from the eruption of Mt. Konocti some eight million years ago. Volcanic Hill is the longest lived of all Diamond Creek's Cabernets, in fact, it is likely one of the longest-lived wines made in California!
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