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Artesa October 16, 2014 at 1:45 pm Artesa Vineyards and Winery Refocuses on Successful Napa Operations Sonoma County Property For Sale—Annapolis No Longer Part of Future Growth Strategy Artesa Vineyards and Winery announced in June 2014 that its 324-acre property near Annapolis in Sonoma County is no longer part of its growth strategy and has been put on the market for sale. Artesa, owned by Familia Codorniu Raventos of Spain, opted to sell the property as it continues to focus on its successful Estate vineyard in Carneros, Napa County. “The Sonoma site was a stunning setting, but we’ve decided to sell the land as part of our continued focus in Napa Valley,” said Arthur O’Connor, President of Artesa. “We believe this repositions Artesa to realize the goals that have been set for the winery, its customers, and our brands.” Artesa bought the Annapolis parcel in November 1999...

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