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Starting Your Own Wine Business

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Starting Your Own Wine Business
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Publisher: The University of Tennessee
Number of pages: 50

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You have been making wine in your basement for several years and routinely receive accolades on how good your homemade wine tastes. Now you are trying to decide if you should start your own vineyard and build a commercial winery. What are the factors that you should consider in starting a winery and a wine yard?

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