Robert is a contributing editor for Wine Spectator and writes a twice monthly column, Robert Camuto Meets...
The book was named one of the best books on wine for 2021 by the NY Times and Washington Post. He lived in San Francisco for a time, but has lived in Europe for 20 years, currently residing in Italy. He was on a book promotion tour on the west coast and we snagged him for the NVWL evening while he was in Napa for a few days.
In 1946, CK Mondavi, a new line of affordable, everyday wines was released, the first wines to have the Mondavi name on the label. During this Perspectives event Marc Mondavi and his daughter Angelina will share details of CK Mondavi & Family’s 75 years in the wine industry.
Guest Michaela Rodeno, owner of Villa Ragazzi winery, and former senior executive of St. Supery and Domaine Chandon, as we share excerpts from her Visual Oral History.
Historical Overview with:
Kelli White, author of Napa Valley Then & Now and
Director of Education for the Pacific Union Company.
Panel Discussions with:
Moderator: Tegan Passalacqua, Winemaker, Turley Wine Cellars
Bob Biale, Founding Owner
Robert Biale Vineyards | www.biale.com
Rosemary Cakebread, Owner and Winemaker
Gallica | gallicawine.com
Michael Hirby, Winemaker and Proprietor
Relic Wine Cellars | www.relicwines.com
Morgan Twain-Peterson MW, Winemaker and Owner
Bedrock Wine Company | bedrockwineco.com
Moderated by Kelli White
with authors Lucia Albino Gilbert and John C Gilbert
And five Napa Valley winemakers: Sandi Belcher of Arns, Sally Johnson of Blum and Pride Mountain Vineyards, Cathy Corison of Corison, Pam Starr of Crocker & Starr, Celia Welch of Corra
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