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September 13, 1987 | BRUCE KEPPEL
The 103-year-old Victorian mansion that the Swiss immigrant wine maker, John Thomann, built beside the winery he had begun in this Napa Valley town in 1874 might be called "The House That White Zinfandel Rebuilt." Mario Trinchero, who 40 years ago bought the then-defunct, 19th-Century Sutter Home Winery that had succeeded Thomann's operation in moving from earthquake-damaged San Francisco in 1906, was offered the Thomann house, but couldn't come up with the $12,000 asking price.
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June 4, 1992 | DAN BERGER, TIMES WINE WRITER
In a move that could start a battle in the pricey end of the wine market and result in lower prices for consumers, Modesto-based E&J Gallo Winery, the world's largest, has jumped into the No. 1 spot in varietal wine sales. Gallo bumped Sutter Home--maker of the heavily marketed white Zinfandel and its closest competitor in varietal wines--out of the top spot in 1991, according to an analysis of the secretive company just released by Hambrecht & Quist, a San Francisco investment banking firm.
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June 4, 1992 | DAN BERGER, TIMES WINE WRITER
In a move that could start a battle in the pricey end of the wine market and result in lower prices for consumers, Modesto-based E&J Gallo Winery, the world's largest, has jumped into the No. 1 spot in varietal wine sales. Gallo bumped Sutter Home--maker of the heavily marketed white Zinfandel and its closest competitor in varietal wines--out of the top spot in 1991, according to an analysis of the secretive company just released by Hambrecht & Quist, a San Francisco investment banking firm.
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September 13, 1987 | BRUCE KEPPEL
The 103-year-old Victorian mansion that the Swiss immigrant wine maker, John Thomann, built beside the winery he had begun in this Napa Valley town in 1874 might be called "The House That White Zinfandel Rebuilt." Mario Trinchero, who 40 years ago bought the then-defunct, 19th-Century Sutter Home Winery that had succeeded Thomann's operation in moving from earthquake-damaged San Francisco in 1906, was offered the Thomann house, but couldn't come up with the $12,000 asking price.
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March 2, 1997 | BARRY STAVRO, Barry Stavro is a Times business writer
The countryside roads in Sonoma County are choked with directional markers, a dozen arrows or more set up per pole, that point the way to many of the 135 wineries in this Northern California community. Clos du Bois, Kendall-Jackson, Matanzas Creek, Ravenswood and other local wineries harvest from some of the most valuable cropland on the continent.
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