Napa Valley Master Class: Aging Gracefully

On Spring Mountain, nonagenarian Philip Togni’s blends stand the test of time

Napa Valley Master Class: Aging Gracefully
Philip Togni, 92, with his daughter Lisa (left) and wife Birgitta. (Paige Green)
Nov 15, 2019

Nonagenarian Philip Togni continues to guide his namesake estate in Napa.

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