Will Napa Valley Cabernet Be Saved By Ranking It?

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Will Napa Valley Cabernet Be Saved By Ranking It? | January 7, 7:26 am   

"Recently McCloskey issued a press release that did not get the attention it deserved. In the November press release, McCloskey outlined the coming comoditization of Cabernet Sauvignon. Essentially, he points out that much more Cabernet is being planted around the world. In addition, worldwide winemakers know how to make good wine from this variety. The result is that so much Cabernet Sauvignon is continually being produced around the world that eventually this varietal, like Chardonnay before it, will beome a commodity." Source: typepad.com

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