In 1910, Thomas Meagher's Basque great-grandfather, Pierre Castillou, immigrated to the Los Pinos area of San Benito County. His ranch was famed for its fine orchards and vineyards and, in typical European tradition, his harvests yielded up barrels of wine yearly to be consumed by family and friends as an integral part of life.
Thomas' fondest early memories are of the Castillou Ranch and watching, then ultimately joining, the miracle of turning grapes into a magical libation--WINE.
Today, Thomas is carrying on the family's agricultural and winemaking traditions in scenic Humboldt County. He has planted nearly 30 acres of European-style wine grapes in a 280Â° bend of the south fork of the Eel River in historic Myers Flat.
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