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Afternoon Brief, Feb 21


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Inaugural Craft Beverage Expo to Address “Craft as Community” in Opening General Session
Producers of Craft Beverage Expo, the highly anticipated trade show and conference created to unite the growing craft beer, wine, spirits and cider industry, today announced…

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New York wine industry grows to $4.8 Billion
Treasury Wine Estates interim chief executive Warwick Every-Burns, pictured, will be replaced by Michael Clarke from Coca-Cola…

New Jersey Matures as a Wine Producer
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Storms rain optimism on West’s water outlook
The Pacific Northwest got a welcome boost from February storms, though most levels remain well below average…

Wine Kills Lung Cancer Cells in Lab Tests

OxySense Introduces a Very Powerful and Easy to use Portable Oxygen Analyzer

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Flavoured wines big hit with younger drinkers

Climate change is making English wine better

Minnesota grapes help cold-climate wine industry pump over $400 million into US economy

Michael Cox UK head of Wines of Chile and respected industry figure has died from cancer

Treasury Wine Estates’ Facing Uphill Climb To Meet Profit Forecast, According To Analysts

Lake County wines garner awards at American Fine Wine Competition

High-Tech Vineyards On the Rise

For Eastern Winery Expo, the proof of its success is in the growth

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California drought: Why farmers are ‘exporting water’ to China

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