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Sonoma's Geyser Peak Winery Sold for $100 Million

Issue: September 15, 1998

September 15, 1998 Sonoma's Geyser Peak Winery Sold for $100 Million One of California's best wineries for value-priced and full-flavored wines has changed hands. In late July, the Trione family of Sonoma County sold Geyser Peak Winery for $100 million to Fortune Brands, a publicly held company based in Connecticut that owns such products as Jim Beam spirits, Master Lock, Titleist golf equipment and Moen faucets.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands September 15, 1998.

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