An acrimonious dispute within one of Spain’s great winemaking families has led to its founder disinheriting three of his daughters and leaving his entire fortune to the youngest.

Alejandro Fernández, who revived the fortunes of the Ribera del Duero wine region in the 1980s with his Bodegas Pesquera winery, changed his last will and testament five days before his death in May to exclude his daughters Olga, Lucia and Mari Cruz.

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