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The Hall Estate is a fantastic example of a ghost winery that has become something new. It was originally built in 1885 and operated as The Bergfeld Winery and changed hands many times until prohibition ended. After prohibition it was operated again under the Bergfeld Winery name until 1994 when it became Edgewood Estate. In 2003 it was purchased by the Hall family.

Now, the Hall family has built a new state-of-the-art facility. The old winery is still on the grounds for those who would like to see it, but the Hall family has the distinction of being the first winery in the state to be LEED (Leader in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certified. It’s a combination of old and new, past and present.





























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An appellation is a legal term used
to define and protect the geogra-phical region where the grapes for a wine were grown. Some of the oldest wine appellations of Samaria, Carmel, Jezreel and Helbon are found in the Bible. In the United States wine appellations have been grandfathered into the American Viticultural Area better known by the acronym: AVA. Before the installation of the AVA system wine appellation regions were often defined by state or county boundaries. Using the AVA name on a wine label requires that 85% of the grapes used must come from the listed viticultural area. There are thirteen wine appellations in Napa Valley.

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