Richard Mendelson: Multidimentional look needed on guarding Napa Valley ag

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Richard Mendelson, who heads the wine practice for Napa-based law firm Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty, has been a leading wine and land-use law expert in defending the distinctiveness of American Viticutural Areas and the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve.

He'll be moderating a panel discussion at the Business Journal's Impact Napa: Wine conference on Thursday. Panelists are vintner and hotelier Bill Harlan, grower and vintner Bruce Phillips, vintner Peter Mondavi Jr. and agricultural property appraiser Tony Correia.

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Richard Mendelson: Multidimentional look needed on guarding Napa Valley ag


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