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Sep 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
 Wine Business AnalysisUSDA Releases Revised Crop Summary for 2000The USDA and the National Agricultural Statistics Service revised their report on the 2000 harvest. The average price for winegrapes in California dropped 3.1 percent to $567 per ton in 2000, down from $585 per ton in 1999. The drop in the average price for winegrapes reflects the severe drop in prices seen for winegrapes in the south San Joaquin valley last year. Winegrape prices for 2000 were down an average of 27 percent i...
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