California Court Upholds Labeling Law

From the Aug 31, 2005, issue
In yet another setback to mass-market producer Bronco Wine Co., a California appeals court in Sacramento has upheld a state law that restricts the use of "Napa" in brand names of wines made with few or no Napa grapes.

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