Elephants in the Vineyard

Steinhart, Peter
November 1989
Audubon;Nov89, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p68
Describes the proposed use of elephants to carry tourists and visitors while touring vineyards in Napa Valley, California. Brief history and evolution of the wine-making industry in the state; Contributions of the wine industry for tourism; Factors that have contributed to the growth of the wine industry; Strategies for grape-harvesting; Implications for growth and economic development in the state.


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