Peter Paul Wines
When he was just old enough to drink wine, Peter Paul was introduced to a few bottles of great Burgundy while still living in his native New Hampshire. It was a revelation. Soon after, sometime in the early 1960s, his father purchased a case of the famous Chateau d’Yquem on sale at $10 a bottle. He shared some with Peter. Not surprisingly, these seminal moments led to a lifetime interest in fine wine.
A job in the financial services industry brought the vintner-to-be to southern California in 1975. Two years later, Peter “escaped”, as he puts it, to northern California, living close to Napa and Sonoma counties. He was able to regularly visit his father, who was now living in Napa, and who gave him a feel for the wine country lifestyle. Of course, this was mostly on weekends....
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