To my Constituents,
Not having paid attention on Career Day, my occupational choices upon leaving my fourteen year post as Managing Director of Domaine Drouhin in 2001 were winemaker and accordion repairman. Doing a bit of market research, I found that Oregon was already saturated with accordion repairmen (2) but there weren't nearly enough winemakers (250). Thus, William Hatcher Pinot Noir came to fruition in a manner of speaking. Because Deb thought paying the bills was a good idea, I joined her, Sam & Cheryl in building A to Z Wineworks perhaps a rare example of the dog actually catching the bus.
From the doghouse - as usual,