American Pinot Noir
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Sweet; infused with Black Cherry
Less than a mile apart, the ghost towns of Old Red Bluff on the Lavaca and Red Bluff on the Navidad were named for the red clay bluffs that were once part of Stephen F. Austin's land grant. The steam ship Mary Somers likely made regular stops there on its way from Indianola to Texana before sinking in the Navidad. Once thriving, Red Bluff faded when the railroad replaced river commerce.
Red Bluff Legends honors the spirit of the early settlers. Although locals know the area, only a red brick school house and a peaceful cemetery can still be found.