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Nobody's Fool

Issue: June 30, 1998

June 30, 1998 Nobody's Fool By James Laube The assumption: John Dyson bought a lot of blue sky by paying $9.5 million for Sonoma's Williams Selyem Winery in January. That's partly true. Despite all their fantastic Pinot Noirs the past few years, Burt Williams and Ed Selyem didn't own any vineyards--not a single vine.

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