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Why the Hyper-Gentrification of Napa Can Be a Good Thing For California Wine

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Why the Hyper-Gentrification of Napa Can Be a Good Thing For California Wine
The ever-accelerating cost of Napa winemaking, paired with the reserve of people willing to pay up for a sprawling estate of their own, means the idea of a small-scale farmer-vigneron gets more laughably alien to the Napa scene every passing year. That can be a good thing for California wine as a whole. Here’s why.

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