There are not many wines in Napa Valley that are more storied than Inglenook. Founded in 1879 by a Finnish Sea Captain Gustave Niebaum, the winery produced perhaps the best wines in the Valley until it closed in the early 1900s because of Prohibition. Niebaum died in 1908, but his widow re-opened the winery in the 40s and the winery was soon on top of the Napa hierarchy once again. Francis Ford Coppola bought 1,500 acres of vineyards from the brand in the mid-70s (with the profits he made off of The Godfather), and the winery kept producing high quality wines until it was sold several times in rapid succession in the years after this vintage went into the bottle. Several decades of producing not up-to-par quality wines ended in 2014 when Coppola purchased the name of the winery (for a ton of cash) with the hope of returning the brand to its former glory.
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