In 1994, one year shy of its 100th anniversary, Sonoma's Seghesio Winery was an old dog in desperate need of new tricks. Its low-end portfolio of wines, mostly mediocre Cabernet and Chardonnay made with purchased grapes and outdated equipment, generated feeble profits.
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