Buffalo hunters used to roam our lands, relying on buffalo for their survival. As they hunted the animal, not a single scrap would go to waste.
They consumed the meat to stay nourished, used the furs to keep clothed, and created tools from bones that helped them build their nomadic villages and keep hunting for more game.
This land, with its rich history, became inhabited with immigrants who started farming these lands by planting grain.
We are their successors; we, who fell in love with the grape growing lifestyle. Today, while exploring the charms of our farm land, it is not completely uncommon to find an arrowhead; a beautiful reminder of the predecessors of these lands. Even though centuries have passed, this idea of frugality that the buffalo hunters used so well has persevered in our viticultural practices. This is how the idea of “Buffalo Hunter” came to life.