The Hope family moves from Bakersfield, CA to Paso Robles and plants their first vineyard just east of the Salinas River. Austin Hope begins helping his family in the fields at the age of eight.
Hope Farms begins selling Cabernet grapes to Chuck Wagner of Caymus Vineyards, for his second label, Liberty School. As growers over the next decade, the Hope family helps build the Liberty School brand’s solid reputation for quality and value.
Hope Family acquires the Liberty School Label.
The Hopes establish Treana Winery. The first vintages of Treana Red and Treana White are released with a clear vision to be the best red and white blend in California.
The Treana winemaking facility opens.
London’s Decanter magazine’s World Wine Award recognizes the 2003 vintage of Treana Red as the top regional red blend in North America.
Hope Family Wines opens its Tasting Cellar on the west side of Paso Robles and launches an umbrella company encompassing all of Hope’s labels.
Troublemaker is launched and gains immediate success and continues to grow in popularity as a quality red blend.
The Austin Hope Syrah makes Wine Spectator’s Top 100 wine list.
Hope Family Wines is one of The Daily Meal’s 101 Best Wineries in America.