Feuding Wine Patriarchs Reunite to Produce One Barrel 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.

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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