Wine always has come first for Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, whether in the 11-unit chain’s name or the varietals it produces to drive traffic and membership in its all-inclusive Wine Club. But even though Cooper’s Hawk’s status as an award-winning winemaker differentiates it from nearly all upscale-casual restaurant competitors, the key to the brand’s planned growth lies in continually making its dining rooms and Napa-style tasting rooms the ...

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