In this photo taken Tuesday May 31, 2011, Chris Poehlmann points toward the trees on Artesa Vineyards property with vines from the 1970s in the foreground at Annapolis Winery in Annapolis, Calif. The ... more 
In this photo taken Tuesday May 31, 2011, Chris Poehlmann points toward the trees on Artesa Vineyards property with vines from the 1970s in the foreground at Annapolis Winery in Annapolis, Calif. The ocean fog and cool climate of California’s rugged northern coast allow redwood trees to thrive and help give wine grapes a distinctive flavor. But in the small village of Annapolis in Sonoma County’s coastal mountains, a quiet battle is raging. Here, where many homes are found off dirt roads that snake through dense foliage, the usually mellow residents are riled up over plans to raze hundreds of acres of redwoods and firs to make room for vineyards. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Eric Risberg
Sun, Jun 12, 2011 11:44 AM EDT