Roberto Juarez Roberto Juarez has eyes that smile. He’s well-liked, with an infectious laugh that comes often. At 38, he’s a husband, a father and a vineyard manager who came to Napa as a young immigrant and built for himself what many others have also come here for. A better life. Today, Napa is his home.For a long time though, it didn’t feel that way. A wall of words kept him from understanding his adopted home and it from understanding him.There’s little left of that wall . . .
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