Napa Envy: Wine 

But that begs the question: Just how good are the wines?

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Their modest approach is working, even on the critics. "I like to tell people that you're going to run into the wineries of famous people in Napa, but in Livermore Valley you're likely to walk in and talk to the owner," Olken said. "I love to visit Livermore. Not because the wine is wonderful or not, but it's just a nice place to visit."

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