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A NEW MISSION FOR CALIFORNIA MAKERS

A PIOUS PAST

he grape was introduced to present-day California, then Spanish-occupied Mexico, in the 18th century by Spanish Catholic missionaries who arrived with religion and established harsh regulations for native populations.

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