Paving the Way for California Pinot Noir

Texas transplants Adam and Dianna Lee track down the best West Coast vineyards to make stellar wines
Tim Fish
Issue: April 30, 2008

Adam and Dianna Lee, who make top-flight Pinot Noir and Syrah in California's Sonoma County, give new meaning to the term "family winery." Husband-and-wife winemakers are not unheard of in California, but few—and even fewer with three kids in tow—have tied it up in a more successful package than the hardworking duo behind the Siduri and Novy labels.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands March 12, 2008.

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