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Winery

A building on an estate that houses the production and processing of wine. Many early wineries were modest frame structures that perished long ago, but by the 1880s, stone wineries were being built.
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The wine manufacturing (wineries) market consists of sales of wines, ciders and fortified wines by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that grow grapes and other fruits, and/or produce wines and brandies, and blend wines and brandies.
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These wineries are looking for effective ways to market themselves, to publicize their events and to encourage people to visit, he said.
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Gallo already owns 14 wineries strategically located in wine regions throughout California and Washington, and this latest purchase supports the company's desire to have additional premium and luxury capacity in the Napa Valley.
You can now also save wineries that you like instead of a specific wine.
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