US: Organic growth for Fetzer

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 31 March 2003

Fetzer Vineyards, the wine subsidiary of the US wines and spirits group, Brown-Forman, has said that it plans to produce its four major wine labels almost entirely from organically grown grapes by the end of the decade.

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Fetzer Vineyards, the wine subsidiary of the US wines and spirits group, Brown-Forman, has said that it plans to produce its four major wine labels almost entirely from organically grown grapes by the end of the decade.

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