Napa vintner Jayson Woodbridge, who has turned heads with his pricey Hundred Acre Cabernet Sauvignon, is facing legal problems stemming from his new wine-production facility in St. Helena. In June, the Napa County district attorney filed a criminal charge against Woodbridge, alleging that he produced wine without a license, which is a misdemeanor.
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