The Wine Lab an Offshoot of Varied Interest
Feb 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
In 1971, Lisa Van de Water, founder of the Napa Valley's The Wine Lab, made a fateful cross-country trip that brought her to the wine country. After dropping by a tasting room, she says she "discovered that you didn't have to be old and male and French to taste differences between wines." Van de Water was "hooked," and three years later she uprooted her life to move to California to join the burgeoning wine industry. Just a year after entering the industry as an enologist, The Wine Lab was creat...
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