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Robert Mondavi Private Selection Wines and “Not Exactly Real” Videos

Bert Merlott is a fictitious character with high snobbish mannerisms that plays in contrast to the “real” of Robert Mondavi Private Selection wines.

Sunglasses from Oak Barrels?

While reading messages on Facebook I came across a comment about making sunglasses with oak barrels. Incredible as the concept seems, the idea has actually become a reality and sunglasses with oak frames are available for purchase.

Changes at Copia

Copia: The American Center for Wine Food and the Arts is a large facility devoted to food and wine. Despite the support of Robert Mondavi, the Copia center has been losing money over the years. Recently, cuts have been announced including staff and hours. It was interesting to learn that they intend to expand by […]

A Tribute to Robert Mondavi

Robert Mondavi, a national and world leader of the wine, passed away on May 16, 2008 leaving a legacy behind him that will forever have an influence on wine produced in California. It was Robert Mondavi who believed that California wine could compete on an international level. So convinced was he of this that Mondavi […]

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