Somebody should make this into a movie! I’m Tom Simoneau with today’s wine minute here to say Dr. Richard Peterson’s life is more complex than a bottle of 1969 BV George de Latour Cabernet Sauvignon which, by the way, he made. He has a PhD in agricultural chemistry. He worked for Gallo, Beaulieu Vineyards, Monterrey Vineyards, Atlas Peak, and Folie a Deux. He has two daughters: Heidi Peterson Barrett of Screaming Eagle fame, who is married to Bo Barrett, winemaker at Chateau Montelena. Can you say Bottle Shock? And Holly Peterson a Michelin Star chef who was married to Tim Mondavi, Robert Mondavi’s son. Dick has his own wine brand, Richard Grant; he didn’t want to use his last name. His wine is made from cuttings originating 2000 years ago from Wrotham, England. The Richard Grant 2008 Pinot Noir shows lifted cherry and spice, creamy with cherry cola and clove, 5 wine stains, $30. Dr. Richard Peterson – coming soon to a theater near you.