Moss Creek meanders through the Moskowite family vineyards and stone winery located in the rolling hills of the eastern Napa Valley.Â Our family has been farming here for over 80 years, with 145 acres of vineyards planted in 1974.Â Today, we retain a select portion of the grapes from each harvest to create our limited production estate wines.
Four generations of the Moskowite family have been farmingÂ in the Napa Valley since 1917.Â During the 1920's ranches were acquired in the Berryessa, Capell, Monticello and Wooden Valley regions of the eastern Napa Valley.Â These holdings encompassed over 10,000 acres and primarily farmed hay and raised sheep and cattle.Â Muscat vineyards remained on the property from 19th century plantings.Â During prohibition, "sacramental wine" was made in a stone wine cellar in Wooden Valley.
The ranch evolved to grape growing as a livelihood in 1972 when Harold Moskowite first began planting 145 acres of vineyards as part of along-term grape contract.Â Today, the Moskowite Ranch covers approximately 1,300 acres of the eastern Napa Valley hills to which 145 acres are planted with grapes.
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