Matriarch Jamie Davies passes away. The oak grove in the lower vineyard is dedicated as “Jack and Jamie’s Grove.
Jack Davies passes away and Jamie becomes Chairman of the company. Jack L. Davies Napa Valley Agricultural Land Preservation Fund established. Schramsberg Vineyards placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Jack and Jamie presented with James Beard Foundation’s National “Outstanding Wine and Spirits” Award. Hugh Davies joins Schramsberg as Enologist full time.
The replanting of the winery’s historic Diamond Mountain property to Cabernet Sauvignon and the red Bordeaux varietals begins.
Nineteenth-century, 20-acre McEachran Winery Estate (contiguous with Schramsberg) purchased, reuniting under single ownership these two historical California properties.
Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve established. Jack Davies helped spearhead the passage of the nation’s first such agricultural preserve.
The 200-acre Schramsberg property purchased by Jack and Jamie Davies. First crush of grapes under the Davies proprietorship of Schramsberg Vineyards and Cellars. Hugh Davies is born the month after the family takes over the winery.
Schramsberg is declared a Historical Landmark by the California Historical Society under ownership of the Pringle family