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Afternoon Brief, September 30th

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
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Vineyard Tech & The Green Cyber Revolution
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Women and Revolution Is Here
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How to Look After Wine Leftovers
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SUPPLIER NEWS
 
What’s New in Product Label Materials
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VINEYARD & WINERY
 
The Prisoner Wine Company Expands Saldo into a Standalone Brand of Luxury California Wines
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