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September 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Canandaigua to Acquire Nation's 5th-Largest Wine Producer: The beverage company said its previously announced deal to buy Vintners International Co. will involve about $143 million in cash plus stock options and assumption of some debt. Its deal with the Gonzales, Calif.-based company, originally announced July 1, is expected to close in mid-October. Vintners' brands include Paul Masson, Taylor California Cellars, Taylor New York, Deer Valley, St. Regis and Great Western. Canandaigua Wine Co.
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September 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Canandaigua to Acquire Nation's 5th-Largest Wine Producer: The beverage company said its previously announced deal to buy Vintners International Co. will involve about $143 million in cash plus stock options and assumption of some debt. Its deal with the Gonzales, Calif.-based company, originally announced July 1, is expected to close in mid-October. Vintners' brands include Paul Masson, Taylor California Cellars, Taylor New York, Deer Valley, St. Regis and Great Western. Canandaigua Wine Co.
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September 4, 1988 | ROBERT LAWRENCE BALZER
IT ALL BEGAN with an innocent phrase in a column listing wine discoveries I'd made in 1987. I referred to Wine Country magazine's classification of the "Best of the Best Wineries," which ranked 194 medal-winning wineries, with one Platinum Class (Buena Vista Winery), 10 Gold, 15 Silver, 25 Bronze and 40 Top Producers.
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January 26, 1989 | DAN BERGER, Times Wine Writer
Today is the 201st birthday of the founding of Australia, so it's fitting to look at the wines of the largest importer of Australian wine to the United States. Originally called Mark Swann for a popular wine merchant Down Under, the Mark Swann line now includes some wines called Roo's Leap, Koala Ridge and now a premium sparkling wine called Lasseter.
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December 17, 1987 | DANIEL P. PUZO, Times Staff Writer
Operators of high-priced restaurants are reducing fat and cholesterol in many menu selections in response to their well-heeled patrons' heightened dietary concerns, according to a recent national survey. There are limits, however, to the restaurateurs' nutritional sensitivity because desserts, for the most part, remain as "rich" as ever. The study was conducted by Merck, Sharp & Dohme, a Philadelphia-based pharmaceutical firm that is marketing a new cholesterol-lowering drug.
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