About Eagles Trace
In 1983, Gus and Phyllis Anderson purchased 40 acres of Napa Valley land, and along with their son Todd and his wife they began the development of Conn Valley Vineyards.
In 2003, Todd took over the operation of the Conn Valley winery and Gus concentrated on running the vineyards. However, less than a year later, Gus knew he loved wine making too much to not continue following his passion. So, at a time when most men his age were nearing retirement, he founded Eagles Trace, a winery dedicated to making small lots of great wine.