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Don't forget Mike Weir in the golfer category.
Gretzky also has a winery.


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Maybe a Canadian doctor and an American lawyer will be next! Winner

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I think Drew Bledsoe has a winery as well.
 
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I think Drew Bledsoe has a winery as well.
Wake and bake?


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You can add Tom Seaver who has highly acclaimed GTS winery.

Former Georgia Bulldog safety of the early 1980s Terry Hoage also has a successful winery.
 
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Yao Ming has a winery as well.
 
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I think Drew Bledsoe has a winery as well.


Yep, it's called "Doubleback." A member brought an '09 to a recent offline, and I thought it was a great wine.
 
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You can add Tom Seaver who has highly acclaimed GTS winery.

Former Georgia Bulldog safety of the early 1980s Terry Hoage also has a successful winery.


I felt a bit dirty tasting at Hoage when I was in Paso, but he makes some great wines.


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I am with you Pinot as Hoage played for Georgia when they beat UF almost every year.
 
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Don't forget Mike Weir in the golfer category.
Gretzky also (has) a winery. had

Winery is empty, label purchased by Peller.
 
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Yao Ming has a winery as well.


I heard its not very good but he's making a fortune selling it in China.

Bunch of golfers have wines/wineries:
Nobilo
Els
Nicklaus- I think its just a label
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