Saving Napa Valley’s Roots

By Alexa Poteet

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Once the lifeblood of Napa County, small family farms are being pushed out of business by regulations that favor large wineries.

Imagine you’re at a bucolic family vineyard in Napa Valley. The owner is guiding you down the rows on a sunny day, explaining each choice she made to help her father’s vines produce world-class grapes. Then when you ask to taste the wine, she abruptly walks you a quarter-mile off the property. She informs you that if you want to buy a bottle, you will need to do so on an iPad next to the main road.

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