In the 1800's a band of settlers were pursuing some Comanche's. They hid in ambush in a gap in the Kothman Mountains while their horses were tied in a nearby thicket. When the settlers returned to their mounts, the horses had been badly eaten by horseflys, and the spot was consequently named Fly Gap. We are the offspring of these settlers and we are devoted to preserving community and culture through wine.
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