In 1980 the Brown Estate started the slow revival of an abandoned ranch tucked in the Napa Valley hills and, over the course of 30+ years, turned it into a destination winery. A generation later, the fifty-acre heritage property is still family owned and operated. If you have an eye for design details, you'll notice they use symbols of scarab beetles as a symbol of good luck and long life.
"Mother Nature is a brilliant but fickle business partner, and our increasingly put-upon planet a delicate resource from which we derive our livelihood. As we move through Brown Estate's third decade, these immutable realities continue to demand and inspire our passion, humility, and gratitude."