The just-drinks interview – Margrit Biever Mondavi

By Olly Wehring | 17 December 2008

For our final interview of 2008, we're putting aside sales forecasts and market performances for a moment in favour of a personal reflection on one of the drinks world's most influential figures, Robert Mondavi, who passed away this year. Olly Wehring met with Mondavi's widow, Margrit Biever Mondavi, to discuss his life and his legacy.

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For our final interview of 2008, we're putting aside sales forecasts and market performances for a moment in favour of a personal reflection on one of the drinks world's most influential figures, Robert Mondavi, who passed away this year. Olly Wehring met with Mondavi's widow, Margrit Biever Mondavi, to discuss his life and his legacy.

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