Meachum Hill
This hill on our property was given the name Roblar De La Miseria (Elbow of Misery) by the Spanish during the land grant era. This name was designated because of the strange accumulation of bones that the Spanish discovered there while exploring their new lands. The site was believed to be cursed and people stayed away from it. When our manager discovered the bones, he re-interred the bones into the site so that they could decompose naturally. We’re confident this action removed the curse and our grapes have prospered as a result.