Calif. Urban vinting makes wine part of the community

California's Bay area has a storied history of urban wineries dating back to before Prohibition, and the modern incarnation is dominated by small shops. The wineries use local fruits and find successful homes with communities that help from creation through consumption at local bars. "This is no-glitz winemaking.'Just give me the grapes and let me do it,'" said Karen MacNeil, chairman of the CIA's Rudd Center for Professional Wine Studies in St. Helena.

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