by Jake Lorenzo
Jun 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Very few people end up being what they started off to become.Lucky for the California wine business, because it wouldn't exist as we know it were it not for people who started off as something else. Jim Bundschu sold Sonoma real estate. Cecil De Loach used to be a fireman. Larry Turley worked triage in emergency rooms. Patrick Campbell coaxed notes from his violin for the symphony. All of them got into the wine business in the 1970s, and each in a different way contributed to the modern Californ...
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