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DAILY NEWS FETCH - September 25, 2015
CREATED BY WINE INDUSTRY INSIGHT & MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR SPONSORS
Publisher/Executive Editor, Lewis Perdue -- Editor, Becca Yeamans-Irwin
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TODAY'S TOP NEWS
Is the decades-long decline in global wine consumption leveling off? Daily Data has the numbers. Scroll down.
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CRAFT BEVERAGES: BEER, CIDER, WINE & SPIRITS
Today’s Craft Beverage Insights News has 55 new links including the following top headlines:
- Wyoming officials to consider $3 million for malting plant
- Brewers Association releases brewery safety training course
- Women as much an audience for craft beer as men
- Modern and Efficient Yeast Management seminar taking place Oct. 14
- Privatizing any aspect of liquor sales is complex process
- Women with moderate beer consumption run lower risk of heart attack
Get all today's news at Craft Beverage Insights here.
GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY DATA
Is the long decline in global wine consumption leveling off?
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Source: OIV via Treasury Wine Estates 2015 annual report.
NEWS FETCH PLAYLIST:
While creating this issue:
Becca liked this song the best: Mr. Bojangles by Nina Simone
Lew liked this song the best: 2 Heads by Coleman Hell
TODAY'S FEATURED WINE
Westbrook Wine Farm, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sandy Patch Reserve, 2010, Lodi
Deep, rich and inky dark. Blackberry and cocoa on the palate along with some very pleasant herbal notes not usually be found in Cabernet Sauvignons from other California regions. $40 from the winery.
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