November 15, 1998 Brave New World By James Laube Modern California vintners face a juggling act unlike any that faced those who've juggled before them. These companies--Beringer, Mondavi, Kendall-Jackson and Franciscan, to name a few--confront not only local harvests in California, where they've made wine for years, but also operate on a global scale.
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