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Nov 2005 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
November. By the time this issue reaches subscribers, the harvest in North America will pretty much be a wrap. Some have called it a "Bordeaux year" here in California, because there haven't been any extreme heat spikes. Fruit has been slow to ripen but generally has been physiologically mature without unusually high sugar levels. There's been a lot of debate in the industry over the last couple of years about long hang times, but average sugar levels might trend down this year. Most observers ...
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