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The Virginia Supreme Court has delivered a Fauquier County couple a victory in a protracted legal battle over whether they can sell wine in a county subdivision — a bittersweet win that comes weeks after one of the proprietors, Jerry Marterella, died from melanoma.
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Mr. Zelnick said that because the decisions were so narrowly tailored to Bellevue and specific language in their covenants, he wasn't sure that it would affect other potential wine investors in Virginia, a state well-known for its production of the agricultural product.
"Obviously, we were gratified that the court saw it our way," said Robert Zelnick, the couple's lawyer.