Home of the Bright Angel Winery, now defunct. The walls of the winery were made of rocks wrapped with wire, producing a lovely lighting effect inside and permitting a very cool storage for the grapes. The Bright Angel family was said to have been inspired by a trip to Napa through the Parole Districts. As one paleo-oenophile put it, never has a vineyard produced such a perfectly dry wine and lived to tell of it. Unfortunately, he spoke to soon. Tragically not everyone at the winery did. The rocks and wire made a wonderful home for Diamondback Rattlesnakes and Strife Vipers, the latter being one of the most venomous snakes in the district. Barefoot farmhands coming back from stomping the grapes would easily succumb to the poisons absorbed into their blood through tiny scratches in their flesh.