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Central California’s First Woman of Wine: Lane Tanner
Today, we highlight another founding woman in wine (read about Italy last week: here).
Once upon a time, California was fun. Before Napa got too glitzy, land got outrageously expenses, and celebrities and investors bought wineries, there was the Central Coast: an experimental backroad full of talent looking to untapped grape varieties like Syrah, Grenache, and Pinot Noir. Continue reading
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