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Which is more correct ?

...wine tasting in family winery run by the 8th generation of winemakers in the capital of Chianti.

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...wine tasting in a family winery runs by the 8th generation of winemakers in the capital of Chianti.

Thanks

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    I would use "a family winery run." – Yosef Baskin May 26 '17 at 15:50
  • #1 has the 8th generation running (managing) the winery. #2 has the wine tasting running past (or running beside) the 8th generation, whatever that means. – Lawrence May 26 '17 at 16:30
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...wine tasting in a family winery run by the 8th generation of winemakers in the capital of Chianti. This definitely sounds better.

  • Usually ELU wants explanations and some documentation for answers. This answer was accepted by the poster, so it probably won't get deleted. But doesn't the poster deserve to know why it's better this way? – Xanne May 27 '17 at 6:26

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