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by George M. Taber
For most of the history of winemaking in America, California wines were considered mere bumptious colonial cousins of their sophisticated European counterparts. But in 1976, when several Californian wines shockingly triumphed over the finest French vintages in a blind tasting, a new era in viticulture was born. George M. Taber, the only journalist present at the momentous event, turns the story of the upset, and its consequences, into a tale to be savored.
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