Due For a Comeback: Hanzell Vineyards, an almost forgotten estate in Sonoma, perseveres in making dazzling, age-worthy Chardonnay and a unique Pinot Noir

Issue: December 15, 1995

December 15, 1995 Due For a Comeback Hanzell Vineyards, an almost forgotten estate in Sonoma, perseveres in making dazzling, age-worthy Chardonnay and a unique Pinot Noir By Matt Kramer "You will in your business ultimately go out of business," declared the chief executive officer of American Express, Harvey Golub, in a recent profile in The New York Times Magazine.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands December 15, 1995.

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