In 1991, Alexander’s Crown was already a famous vineyard. It was the source of the first single-vineyard cabernet sauvignon in Sonoma County, growing on a small rise where volcanic rock had pushed up out of the center of Alexander Valley, well above the Russian River and its wide floodplain.
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