Robert Lavine's Vineyard Quest

Establishing a new environmental ethic at California's Santa Margarita Ranch
Lynn Alley
Issue: November 15, 2002

From small acorns do mighty vineyard projects grow. At least that's what Robert LaVine hopes to accomplish in his corner of California. On a warm afternoon this past summer, the aptly named LaVine, who oversees Robert Mondavi's vineyard operations in the Central Coast region, presided over an unusual assembly to realize his ambition.

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