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The strange story of a global pharma company’s Silicon Valley winery

Among the stranger corporate outposts for a global pharma company: an upscale winery in Silicon Valley.

CUPERTINO, Calif. — The Japanese drug maker Otsuka markets chemotherapies for leukemia, antidepressants for schizophrenia, and a pill that can alert your doctor when you swallow it. It also grows grapes and sells cabernet sauvignon.

Here in the upper reaches of the sun-kissed mountains just south of Stanford, you can find perhaps the oddest outpost of a powerful pharma company’s global operations: an upscale winery where weathered wooden signs warn tipsy tourists to

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