Subject: Feds Threaten John Duarte - Sonoma resident battle with wineries more than water - Google Trends Shows Declining Interest in OR Wine - EPA water rule impact clear as mud - How farmers hit record numbers despite drought -- AUGUST 31, 2015 - WINE NEWS FETCH
Date: 2015-08-28 20:07:40
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DAILY NEWS FETCH - August 31, 2015
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Marketers: Be aware that the importance of "Craft" & "Artisan" differ significantly, depending on consumer age. Today's Daily Data shows you how much. Scroll down.
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GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY DATA
Marketers: Be aware that the importance of "Craft" & "Artisan" significantly, depending on consumer age
Source: Media Post & Harris Poll
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TODAY'S FEATURED WINE
Two Acacias demonstrate how to devalue your brand.
These 2013 Acacia Chardonnays bought at Safeway show how to ruin your brand.
The Carneros AVA on the left was a very nice summer sipper-$11.99.
The California AVA on the right doesn't have enough character to rise to the level of plonk - $9.29.
So, if the pseudo-plonk was a consumer's first exposure to Acacia, it would hardly encourage a return purchase. Get a clue folks!
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