Grapegrower and Winemaker Issue 642, 2017
Title: Scarcity v Exclusivity
Keywords: 1995, access, approach, artisanal, attract, authenticity, awareness, barrels, Belt, beneficial, benefits, best, Better, bottles, Brad, brand, business, cases, cellar, chance, Cheryl, circle, Club, control, customers, deliveries, demand, desirable, difference, direct, distribution, door, Drw, easier, effect, End, exclusive, exclusivity, export, family, Granite, grown, Hands, helpful, high, highest, Hutchings, idea, inner, interest, label, Lane, less, level, leverage, limited, list, mailing, manage, March, market, marketing, members, model, months, more, movements, newsletter, Noon, November, obtainable, October, on, opening, operation, opportunity, order, owners, perceived, perceptions, perk, personal, point, presence, price, process, producing, product, production, pruning, purchase, quality, quantities, raegen, rare, relationship, release, restricted, sales, Savina, scarce, scarcity, selling, sells, singular, small, spread, store, strategy, supply, thin, three, times, topping, treat, varieties, vineyard, volume, waiting, wine, winemaking, winery, year
Page Number(s): 70-71
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