Jamie Hormel plans to open wine bar in Scottsdale

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Jamie Hormel.)

By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal

Jamie Hormel and her late husband Geordie Hormel — heir of Minnesota-based Hormel Foods Corp. — moved to Arizona in 1991 from California, buying the Wrigley Mansion a year later for $2.6 million.

“Somebody told Geordie it was going to be torn down and made into condos,” said Hormel. “It reminded him of the home he grew up in Austin, Minnesota. It had that great vibe that reminded him of the 1930s.”

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