Consulting Winemakers Diverge from Helen Turley's Project Requirements
by Alan Golfarb
Apr 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Dori Biancho Pettigrew sat in the back of the small Napa courtroom every day during the almost three-week wine industry trial that pitted renowned winemaker Helen Turley against vintner Don Bryant. There, during the 12 days of testimony--some of it vitriolic--Biancho Pettigrew listened intently to the proceedings, took copious notes, and watched Turley and her viticulturalist husband John Wetlaufer. She zeroed in on their every move--and their every word. In the morass of the legal minutia, she ...
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