Making wine in the Bay Area was becoming too difficult for Jonathan Pey. Climate change was decimating yields from his vineyard. The sale of bottles was more competitive than ever. And the purchase of new land seemed prohibitively expensive.
The winemaker therefore decamped to one of the most famous wine regions in France: Beaujolais.
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