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In the first episode of this serial drama about power, passion and money in California's wine industry, winery owner Angela Channing begrudges her nephew his birthright.
Chase's friend romances Julia in an attempt to get a loan from Angela.
Angela and a rival vie for the rights to Chase's grape harvest.
Lance tries to sabotage Chase's harvest; and Angela, disappointed in her grandson, decides to groom Cole to be her heir.
Julia's estranged husband wants to reconcile; Angela tries to split the Giobertis by arranging a job interview for Maggie in San Francisco.
Chase is forced to depend on Lance to bring help to a seriously injured Cole; and Angela blames Victoria when Emma disappears.
Emma's lost love returns, threatening Angela with his knowledge of Jason's death; Maggie's possible pregnancy angers Vickie.
Lance plots to double-cross a crooked wine distributor; Douglas pursues Angela at a wine competition in Rome.
Lance encourages Vickie to make her own life in San Francisco; Angela uses an old flame to keep one burning in Douglas.
Chase and Maggie discover that their fieldworkers are being blackmailed.
Chase finds his father's writings; Lance's sudden romance threatens Angela's plans for an arranged marriage.
A visit from Chase's estranged mother unnerves Angela.
Angela's control of county water rights is threatened when a member of the Board of Supervisors is murdered.
Lance decides to move to San Francisco; Julia learns the threat that Emma poses.
Angela and her lawyer scheme to jeopardize Lance's inheritance and to block a coroner's inquest into Jason's death.
Lance proposes to Melissa, who continues to see Cole; Mario and Vickie decide to live together.
Chase asks the DA for a coroner's inquest into Jason's death.
Angela plots to discredit Chase, who is accused of pursuing the inquest for financial gain. Jane Wyman, Robert Foxworth, Mel Ferrer. Deering: Nicholas Hammond.