This vineyard site lies on a very rich soil pattern along the northern banks of Mark West creek. Once while drilling a well hundreds of feet below the surface, an ancient layer of petrified Redwood trees was discovered. This area of Sonoma County is known as the 'Santa Rosa Plain', and is one of the migratory trails that the coastal Indians used when they journeyed inland when the seasons changed. During the last century the "Terra Felice" vineyard site has cycled from grapes, to hops, to walnuts and prunes, then apples, and back to grapes. Prohibition, blight that infected hops, two World Wars, and the removal of train tracks whichwere the primary source of transportation, all directly affected the transitionfrom one agricultural product to another throughout the decades. The "Terra Felice" Syrah is laden with rich flavors and aromas of plum, violets, raw meat, and tobacco.
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