From the blue hills of the Capay Valley,
across generations of tradition
For thousands of years, Native American people have lived in the oak forests, rolling hills and grasslands in California's Capay Valley, tending the natural resources and creating eternal bonds with the land. Today, much of this land is planted with vineyards, olive trees and a bounty of carefully nurtured crops.
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