Partners Dan Kosta (left) and Michael Browne parlayed their experience as sommeliers into a boutique Pinot winery in Sonoma. Breakout for California Pinot Noir The 2002 vintage is the one we've all been waiting for Papapietro Perry Turning a hobby into a business Tandem Loving a stern mistress Also: California Pinot Noir Alphabetical Listing The only venture capital that Kosta Browne Winery needed for its first vintage, 1997, was 20 bucks a night in pooled tip money.
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