May 15, 1999 Napa's Name Down the Drain? By James Laube Vintners in Napa Valley have long prided themselves on having the No. 1 image among U.S. winegrowing districts. They have worked hard and spent lavishly to enhance their valley's reputation, successfully lobbying the federal government for the labeling rules they preferred and gathering local support to preserve Napa Valley as an agricultural--not residential--mecca.
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