Napa Revisited

Hazelton, Nika
March 1977
National Review;3/4/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p275
This article focuses on the author's visit to the wineries in Napa Valley, California. It is reported that Napa Valley is one of the great wine regions of the world because it has got varying climates and micro-climates, soils, drainage and other factors that help in the proper growth of vineyards. The author refers to Freemark Abbey which is one of the wineries that make the best wines in the valley. The winery was an old one, but the seven present owners invested in all the new facilities necessary to produce fine wines.


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