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Daily Archive: October 16, 2014

Wine Spectator: How Much Will Napa’s Earthquake Cost?

The dust may have settled from California’s August 24 earthquake, but Napa Valley’s wine industry is still calculating the cost, with early estimates running beyond $80 million. Continue reading →

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Diageo Sales Drop By 1.5% In First Quarter, But Company Projects Better Results Ahead

While Diageo’s organic net sales declined by 1.5% in its first fiscal quarter, the drinks giant says it expects improved performance—and positive sales growth—over the next three quarters of the year. Continue reading →

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Rémy’s Sales Down 5.6% For H1, But Expects Rebound

It continued to be rough sledding for Rémy Cointreau in the first six months of its fiscal year, ended in September, but the company is still projecting positive organic sales growth for the full year. Continue reading →

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News Briefs for October 16, 2014

•Kobrand Corporation has added Tenuta di Biserno, a project from Marchese Lodovico Antinori, to its portfolio. Continue reading →

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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for October 16, 2014

•New York City-based vermouth producer Rhys & Rylee has launched a new reserve offering under its core Atsby New York Vermouth lineup. Continue reading →

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