Michael Michaud knew a good deal when he saw it. While working as winemaker at Chalone Vineyard in the late 1970s, Michaud (pronounced mee-SHOH) lived in Soledad, Calif., which he described as a stark community—no amenities, no theaters and no interesting restaurants.
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