California is the American dynamo of wine production. Nearly two out of every three bottles of wine consumed domestically hail from the Golden State. While high production costs make low-priced versions from the marquee Napa Valley appellation rare, values from other major regions are plentiful if you know where to look. Wine Spectator's Tim Fish reports.
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