If it takes a village to raise a child (and turn Hillary Clinton into a best-selling author), what does it take to create a community? Shared values or shared property lines? To some real-estate developers, it’s as simple as a shared interest in wine. At least that seems to be the impetus behind the new communities created for people who like to drink wine—and want to live near other wine drinkers, too.
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Although I’ve been looking for a new house for a while, this is one criteria I’ve yet to apply. I’ve factored in taxes, sewer lines and square footage, but never the contents of my neighbor’s cellar. And I’d never met anyone else who thought about such things until I visited Trilogy Central Coast in Nipomo, California.