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California Winemakers Target Chinai
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July 16, 2013 8:27 PM
American wine producers have their eyes on China, where a growing middle class is drinking European and American wines. The United States exported just $74 million in wine to China in 2012, but exports are growing at nearly 20 percent a year. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Napa Valley, California, where vintners hope to see California Cabernets on Chinese dinner tables.

California Winemakers Target China

Published July 16, 2013

American wine producers have their eyes on China, where a growing middle class is drinking European and American wines. The United States exported just $74 million in wine to China in 2012, but exports are growing at nearly 20 percent a year. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Napa Valley, California, where vintners hope to see California Cabernets on Chinese dinner tables.


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