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Sour Grapes? Wine Lovers Worry About Shortages

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2013/11/22

Published on Nov 21, 2013


A wine shortage report released this fall caused panic amongst tipplers, but growers are raising doubts about the report’s impact. Citing problems in Europe, American growers hope new world wineries could fill any gap in demand for wine. (Nov. 22)

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