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Clusterstock  Aug 27  Comment 
Time to hit the panic button: There's apparently a shortage of  rosé wine in the Hamptons, which is bad news for anyone headed out east this weekend for a final summer hurrah. According to The New York Post, the  rosé  supply at several...
New York Times  Aug 26  Comment 
The Napa Valley quake wreaked havoc with California wineries, but as they assessed the damage, there were signs the impact may not have been as bad as it first appeared.
Yahoo  Aug 25  Comment 
The earthquake that struck northern California yesterday will lead to economic losses of as much as $4 billion, fueled by damaged wineries and shuttered businesses that rely on tourists. Costs borne by the industry may be limited because many...
USAToday.com  Aug 24  Comment 
Some wineries could face substantial financial damage, though many are open for tastings.
New York Times  Aug 23  Comment 
With a burst of new flavors and styles, boutique American whiskeys and gins are making a splash in a once-staid global market.
WA Business News  Aug 18  Comment 
FEATURE: Established wineries are setting their sights on longer-term goals as the sector recovers from the issues of the past decade, and faces new challenges.
New York Times  Aug 18  Comment 
The distillers have stashed away inventories of five million barrels — at a time when they could sell even more than they are producing.
Forbes  Aug 15  Comment 
In trading on Friday, beverages & wineries shares were relative leaders, up on the day by about 1.6%.  Leading the group were shares of Monster Beverage (MNST), up about 27.3% and shares of Reeds (REED) up about 8.5% on the day.
Motley Fool  Aug 11  Comment 
Find out what you need to know about investing in vintners and distillers.
Forbes  Jul 22  Comment 
At a time when wineries all over the world are being drawn, sometimes kicking and screaming, into wine tourism initiatives, Barolo's Collisioni Festival brings some 20,000 self-identified cultural enthusiasts right to the front door of Barolo's...




 

This industry consists of two types of companies: wineries and distillers, companies that produce hard liquor such as gin, brandy and tequila.

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