New York Vintner to Buy California's Williams Selyem Winery

From the Mar 31, 1998, issue
March 31, 1998 New York Vintner to Buy California's Williams Selyem Winery New York-based vintner John Dyson bought Williams Selyem Winery, which makes California's most sought-after Pinot Noirs, in late January pending formal approval of state and federal permits to run the winery.

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