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Magazine Archives: June 15, 2006


Just when vintners had given up on Monterey, Gary Pisoni proved it could produce powerful Pinot Noir
Tim Fish
Issue: June 15, 2006

Monterey County is proof that every wine region deserves a second chance. Back in the 1960s, big wine producers like Paul Masson, Wente and Mirassou began planting grapes on a large scale here, convinced they had discovered a cooler version of the San Joaquin Valley in the sandy soils of Monterey's Salinas Valley floor.

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