October 31, 1997 Seriously Fancy-Free At a Los Angeles tasting, Williams Selyem's exceptional Pinot Noirs prove the merits of winemaking without the frills By James Laube The wine world is full of improbable scenarios, but perhaps none in California is more unlikely than the rise in prominence of Williams Selyem Pinot Noir.
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