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A partial view of the grape vineyard at the 300 acre Chalk Hill Estate Vineyards of Sonoma County in California. The name Chalk Hill comes from the unique volcanic soil of chalky white ash, known to perform well with white wine varietals. This estate with breathtaking views of the Russian River Valley and the Mayacamas Mountains that divide Napa and Sonoma Counties, produces red, white and dessert wines.

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