Winemaker Robert Mondavi's 56-Acre Estate In Napa Valley Is About To Hit The Auction Block

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The Napa Valley estate once owned by the late winemaker Robert Mondavi is about to hit the auction block (via Curbed).The reserve price on the 56-acre estate is $13.9 million, far lower than the $25 million the home was initially listed for last year.

While there aren’t any vineyards on the property, there are two plantable acres and an underground wine cellar, Curbed notes.

The estate will be auctioned off by Sheldon Good & Co. on November 16.

Here's an aerial view of the estate. It sits on a hilltop overlooking fields.

While there are no vineyards on the property, there are two plantable acres.

Head up the rolling driveway...

And enter the wrought iron gate.

Inside, the home is open and filled with sunlight.

Check out the family room.

Sliding doors in the dining room lead to a patio.

Of course, the kitchen is filled with bottles of wine.

The indoor pool has a retractable roof.

The view from inside the pool.

Recessed lighting is already in place. This place is perfect for an art collector.

Or an athlete. There are two tennis courts.

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