The Changing Face of the American Wine Industry For Every Macrocosm, There Is a Microcosm
by Jo Diaz
Mar 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Back in November of 1997, wine writer Alan Goldfarb publicly asked in the Montclarion, "Where are all the black winemakers?" Alan's article was a reaction to reading that a South African winegrowing cooperative had agreed to pay $100 million for "...programs that will help blacks become winemakers in their own country." According to Goldfarb's resources, it was expected that there would be at least 20 South Africans who would benefit from the program each year. Alan continued, "Why is there not ...
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