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Harvey Steiman
Issue: September 15, 2003

Hanzell had not yet released its first Pinot Noir when David and Diana Lett planted their vineyard in 1966 in the hills above Dundee, Ore., about 25 miles southwest of Portland. David had a degree in enology from UC, Davis, and he had just returned from a year traveling around Burgundy and Alsace.

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