April 30, 1999 Bittersweet Memories of Greg Upton By James Laube It was his dream to own a vineyard. It was his passion for Merlot that led to the vineyard's replanting. The old house underneath the towering oak tree had a basement for a future wine cellar and, well, what more could a winemaker ask for? A loving wife, three beautiful daughters, muddy boots and a tractor.
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