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On July 13, 1835, colonists of Jackson Municipality gathered at the gin house of William Millican, located on the Job Williams league four miles northeast of Edna to discuss the growing list of grievances against the Mexican government. Known as the Lavaca-Navidad Meeting, the resulting resolutions ratified here in many ways resembled that of the Texas Declaration of Independence in March of the following year. While in route to San Felipe settlers for ratification, Major McNutt was intercepted by Mexican soldiers and destroyed the document to prevent it from falling into enemy hands.
The bold, lightly oaked American Malbec honors the strength and independence of the early colonists, and our winery that strives to pay tribute to their rich history.
We are open regular business hours (Thurs 2-6, Fri/Sat 12-6, Sun 2-6) for wine tastings, wine by the glass or bottle, sangria by the glass, etc.
No reservations needed!
If coming with a group of 10 or more, please let us know in advance either by calling or sending us a message!