High-End Wine Demand Fuels Napa Valley Deals

Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Appraiser Tony Correia and John Conover, partner and general manager of PlumpJack Winery, talk about the rebound in California premium vineyard sales with Bloomberg's Dan Levy. Deals across the state are poised to climb to $800 million by year end, the most since the 2007 market peak. Conover was interviewed Aug. 10 at PlumpJack's new Stags Leap property in Napa Valley. Correia spoke Aug. 11 at Sonoma's Valley of the Moon winery. (Source: Bloomberg)

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