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Buying fine wines has brought him a lifetime of stories

By Stephen Meuse
Globe Correspondent / January 28, 2004

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In 1953, Robert Haas was three years out of Yale and happily at work in his father's New York City wine shop -- M. Lehmann Inc. -- when word came that their fine wine buyer had died. The news shook the family. The buyer, a Frenchman, knew the closed world of European wine as few others and was a renowned, ... (Full Article: 839 Words)

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