PlumpJack has reason to raise a glass. The Napa Valley winery recently announced the acquisition of Oso Vineyard. The seller, the Mondavi Family Estate, purchased the property in 2006. Located in Pope Valley between Sugarloaf and Howell Mountain, the 129-acre property contains three lakes, a rarity in its comparatively dry surroundings. PlumpJack Managing Partner John Conover said the acquisition “further strengthens our long-term strategy of supporting our growth with robust vineyards.” The company’s footprint includes CADE Estate and 13th Vineyard by CADE on Howell Mountain, PlumpJack Estate in Oakville, and Odette Estate in Stag’s Leap District. Named for the Shakespeare character Sir John “PlumpJack” Falstaff, the winery was founded in 1995 by Gavin Newsom and Gordon Getty. Read more HERE.