Diana Eakle Hawkins is general manager and her brother, David Eakle is production director at the Pope Valley Winery, which they bought with their father, Sam, about two years ago. The sister and brother, who are 17 months apart, have always been close. A massive oak tree towers over the 120-year-old buildings that make up the Pope Valley Winery, first established in 1897 by Ed and Bertha Haus. California’s state flower, Golden Poppies, provide a bit of color in a fenced corner on the property of the Pope Valley Winery. In 1882, Ed Haus bought property in Pope Valley and spent nine years digging a cellar for his gravity-feed winery. Today, the cellar remains in use for the renamed Pope Valley Winery. The brother-and-sister team of David Eakle and Diana Eakle Hawkins own and operate the Pope Valley Winery, which was established in 1897. They produce about 5,000 cases of wine per year, primarily from two Pope Valley vineyards. Ed and Bertha Haus with their two children, Sam and Lillian. The Hauses established The Burgundy Winery and Olive Factory in 1897. Sam and Lillian operated the winery, which today is called the Pope Valley Winery, until 1959. By trade, Ed Haus was a b...