April 30, 1995 A Wine For All Time By James Laube As a college student attending the University of California at Berkeley in the late 1950s, Bill Harlan traveled to Napa Valley on weekends and semester breaks, traipsing through vineyards and wine cellars, fantasizing that one day he too might grow grapes and make wine there.
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