Eight Hundred Grapes - Part 1: The Grapes: “Chapter 8,” A Guy Named Mark and a Guy Named Jesse” - Chapter 14: “Grown, Produced, and Bottled” Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 8, “A Guy Named Mark and a Guy Named Jesse,” Georgia returns to her parents' home and joins Finn in the kitchen where he is eating from a pan of homemade lasagna. Eating their mother's homemade lasagna has been a ritual in the Ford household for years. Georgia talks to Finn about their parents' relationship problems but Finn declares that it is their issue to work out. Finn reminds Georgia that Georgia had made her siblings sign a contract that they would never take over the vineyard—a contract that she also signed. Finn also reveals that he and Margaret, Bobby's wife, have strong feelings for each other. Just then, Bobby, Margaret, and their twin boys pop into the kitchen for a family visit.

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