The Road Less Traveled

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In textbooks, America is a land of opportunity, a place where hard-working folks can forge their own futures. In the wine sector, that’s largely still true—witness the burgeoning number of winery startups across the United States.

Despite that, these four Americans have chosen to pursue their dreams overseas, in countries as varied as Argentina, France and New Zealand.

They’ve faced different challenges and made their own paths along the way to success. Here are their stories.

Joe Czerwinski, Michael Schachner and Roger Voss

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