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Top winemakers from France drop by for a visit

Stephan von Niepperg is a Count of the Holy Roman Empire. He turned a second-rate plot of land into a highly-regarded vineyard with wines that sell for more than $300 a bottle.
Daniel Cathiard is a former Olympic ski champion, who made his fortune in Supermarkets and Sporting Goods stores, before buying Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte.
Their vinyards are two of Le Cinq, a high-profile group of wine makers known for their environmentally friendly practices, and of course, for great wine.

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