The Miller family established Silverado Vineyards in 1981. Ron and Diane Miller sold grapes to some of Napa’s best vintners, who made award-winning wines from them year after year. Encouraged, they struck out on their own with the goal of making the best wines the estate could produce at a fair price. The winery’s name, Silverado, comes from the abandoned mining town at the top of the Napa Valley. It is an appropriate symbol: three generations of the Miller family are still “prospecting” for wine, staying true to the idea of coaxing something precious from the soils they care for.
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