By DEREK MOORE THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
The YouTube video begins with a soaring journey above century-old magnolia trees that lead from Highway 12 into Kenwood’s Kunde Family Estate.
Winemaker Zach Long describes the estate’s wines as the aerial tour continues over hillside vineyards that produce each varietal.
The images are lovely, the production slick. It’s also likely the video is illegal.
Kunde officials dispute that’s what they are doing with Vino, the nickname for the remote-controlled device they bought for less than $1,000 online.
“We’re just filming our vineyards,” said Marcia Kunde Mickelson, the winery’s marketing communications manager.