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The New York Times–bestselling history of the rise of California’s wine country and its most famous vintners—from the author of Napa at Last Light.
 
James Conaway’s remarkable bestseller delves into the heart of California’s lush and verdant Napa Valley, also known as America’s Eden. Long the source of succulent grapes and singular wines, this region is also the setting for the remarkable true saga of the personalities behind the winemaking empires. This is the story of Gallos and Mondavis, of fortunes made and lost, of dynasties and destinies.
 
In this delightful, full-bodied social history, Conaway charts the rise of a new aristocracy and, in so doing, chronicles the collective ripening of the American dream. Napa is a must-read for anyone interested in our country’s obsession with money, land, power, and prestige.
 
“An extraordinary American success story: a pageant of family dramas and blood feuds.” —People
 
“This is more than a ‘wine book’—it is a fascinating and closely reported social history.” —Tracy Kidder

GENRE
Cookbooks, Food & Wine
RELEASED
2002
October 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
560
Pages
PUBLISHER
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
SELLER
OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
SIZE
3.2
MB

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