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Feuding Wine Patriarchs Reunite to Produce One Barrel

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Feuding Wine Patriarchs Reunite to Produce One Barrel

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Feuding Wine Patriarchs Reunite to Produce One Barrel

Feuding Wine Patriarchs Reunite to Produce One Barrel

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Robert and Peter Mondavi, the patriarchs of the Mondavi wine family, have come together for the first time in 40 years to make a barrel of wine together. Michele Norris talks with Rich Cartiere, who publishes Wine Market Report, a daily online newsletter for people in the wine business.

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