Subject: Central Valley Water is Radioactive - Crush Pushes 4M Tons - 2014 Global Consumer Confidence Dips - Empire Wine Digs in for Long Haul - AmAg gives $100K to SSU Learning Center - Hill Fraud Does Not Taint Napa -- JANUARY 27, 2015 - WINE NEWS FETCH
Date: 2015-01-26 19:05:59
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2014 Wine Grape Crush Pushing 4 Million Tons? Scroll down to Daily Data to see what Allied Grape Growers is saying.
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2014 Wine Grape Crush Pushing 4 Million Tons?
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Source: Allied Grape Growers
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Lewis Perdue's Rating of TastingRoom.Com-Lot18: mixed: : : : United States
An underachieving batch of D- wines exceptional only in their profound mediocrity.
Barely good enough not to be immediately poured into the nearest potted plant if served at a party.
Bought by accident from TastingRoom.com/Lot 18. Average price, $10. Average worth $3.
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