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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
26 Dec 2003

A long-standing purple pager in Brazil asked whether I'd care to comment on the news that Robert Mondavi, arguably the single most famous living wine producer, is standing down from an executive role in the wine business that bears his name. (I am amazed, by the way, to see that ex McKinsey Ted Hall of the organic Long Meadow…