Sacramento Business Journal

Côme Laguë never intended to buy a vineyard, let alone make wine and develop what would become La Mesa Vineyards. Laguë, along with his wife Charlene Li, were just looking for a getaway in Amador County, but when the perfect property became available with a vineyard planted on it, the entrepreneurs couldn’t resist applying their startup and tech experience to the rural Shenandoah Valley wine region. “We just loved the area, we loved the wines,” said Laguë, who explained they would often drive through Amador County from San Francisco couple on their way to a family camp in the Sierras. 

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