California Wine Prices May Drop Due To Grape Glut

Daniel Sogg
Issue: November 30, 2001

Consider this the silver lining: A looming recession and a grape surplus don't bode well for a large portion of the California wine industry, but consumers should see better prices and higher quality for the state's wines, according to an annual survey of wine-industry executives conducted by the University of California, Davis.

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