Todd Templin and members of Dayton, Ohio-based Dorothy Lane Market's wine team span the globe in search of hard-to-find premium wine. On the itinerary this year are a trip to Europe, and more local excursions to Sonoma and Napa valleys, and Oregon Pinot Camp for an exploration of the state's pinot noirs. “We like to build a lot of personal relationships with the wineries, the growers and the wine makers so that we can get wines that are rare for supermarkets to get,” said Templin, who is ...

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