Peter Mondavi Jr.: 'We cherish this valley and want to maintain it'

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ST. HELENA -- Peter Mondavi, 98, and his sons Peter Jr. and Marc operate C. Mondavi & Family, producers of the luxury-tier Charles Krug brand at Napa Valley's oldest winery as well as the mass-market CK Mondavi brand.

Peter Mondavi Jr. is set to be a panelist at the Business Journal's Impact Napa: Wine conference Thursday in Napa.

Production of Charles Krug annually is about 75,000 cases of wines, including the Generations blend and the flagship cabernet sauvignon, from just more than 500 acres of Napa Valley vines. The brand has scaled down over the years as some smaller-production varietals were pared from the portfolio.

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