As Californian glut abates, grape shortages may lurk

Monday, 4 October, 2004
While most players in the California wine industry have been grappling with the problem of having too much supply, the industry should be concerned with not having enough, Bill Turrentine of the Turrentine Wine Brokerage, said this week.

California's grape growers are about two years away from having little, if any production growth in any major varietal other than Pinot Grigio, so that even at "anemic" levels of sales growth, the industry could soon experience supply constraints.

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