Premier Pacific on Fast Track
Counting on filling the eventual need for high-end grapes and valuable hillside land, Premier Pacific Vineyards is converting thousands of acres to vineyards—and without contracts.
Feb 2005 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
When William Hill and Richard Wollack first met in the Stanford University MBA business program in the late 1960s, neither could foresee that they would go on to be important players in the wine industry. But when they met again in the early 1980s, the landscape had changed. Hill had gone on to establish William Hill Winery in the Napa Valley in 1976, and Wollack was beginning to sink his diverse knowledge of finance and real estate into the quickly growing need for prime vineyard locations. In ...
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