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|Monday, September 27, 2010|
Small vineyard owners are suffering this year because of the economy, with many unable to sell their product to local wineries.
Mid-range fine wines, which are more likely to come from local grapes, are doing especially poor.
Other factors are at work as well.
Read more at the NewsRegister.com.
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