What Growers Should Know About Grape Contracting
by wbm staff
May 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Attorney Dick Lemon of Napa firm Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty advised grape growers that they should not think "conventionally" about contracts for their fruit. He said growers should "think individually." "What I see in the industry is very linear, box-like thinking. We have grape contracts, they are handed to us, we sign them."Growers should think about what they really want before they start talking to wineries, said Lemon. They should consider whether they are interested in fixed pricing...
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