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A Notable Life
With her new memoir, Eleanor Coppola finally turns the camera on herself.

A Wish Upon A Star
The Michelin Guide's Jean-Luc Naret waxes philosophical about ratings, restaurants, and those infamous stars.

Dining and Dashing
If Chef Cindy Pawlcyn ever slows down, she might just find time to enjoy the sweet smell of success.

Call of the Wild
Freestone's Wild Flour Bread stops weekend drivers in their tracks.

Leading A Horse To Water
St. Helena's Sunrise Farms ponies up for the valley's abandoned horses.

Coming Home in Style
Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello brings his NapaStyle to V Marketplace.

Canvasing the Field
Geyserville resident Steven Oliver has transformed his 90-acre sheep ranch into a palette for contemporary art.

Three To Watch
Keeping their day jobs hasn't stopped these winemakers from realizing their dreams.

The New Napa
A revitalized downtown, a riverfront renaissance, chic restaurant, and wine tasting galore - this is definitely not your grandfather's Napa.

Richard The Third Act
Sonoma wine making legend Richard Arrowood postpones retirement for one last act of grapeness.

Extending The Olive
While the grape harvest reaches its peak in Sonoma and Napa in October, the excitement of the crush doesn't end there. Come November, in groves and orchards throughout both valleys, olives are being picked, processed, and readied for pressing.

Something's Brewing in Wine Country
Innovative beermakers in Napa and Sonoma are giving wine a run for its money. Up in Wine Country, where the grape is king, a quiet revolution has been taking place. Scan the wine lists of the world's most discriminating sommeliers and right alongside Chardonnay and Pinot Noir you'll find craft beer.

Fall 2007/Winter 2008 Issue
Includes articles on neighbors helping neighbors, entrepreneurs from winemaking families, Caterer Elaine Bell celebrates 25 years as a culinary superstar, and more.

Spring/Summer 2007 Issue
Includes articles on The Architect of WineCountry, Celebrity Wine World, Land of the Free, Signature Sonoma, and more.

Fall/Winter 2006 Issue
Includes articles on The Godfather of Wine, Four to Watch, A Scrumptious Taste of Wine, On Top of the World, and more.

Summer/Fall 2006 Issue
Includes articles on Pat Kuleto, Cornerstone Festival of Gardens, The Girl & the Fig, Napa Valley Olive Oil Company,Wineries to watch, and more.

Winter/Spring 2006 Issue
Includes articles on Clos Pegase, the Napa River, Hallmark Wines and more.

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