May 15, 1994 What Lies Ahead for Carneros? After a decade as a stand-alone appellation, Carneros has emerged from the giant shadow of the Napa and Sonoma valleys. This appellation, which rises from the chilly waters of San Pablo Bay up to the rolling, wind-swept hills straddling the southernmost stretches of Napa and Sonoma counties, has for a century been a favored site for wine grapes.
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