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Wine-on-tap ticks environmental box - Sustainability in Wine, Part III

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The growth in draft wine sales in the on-premise channel in the US and in Europe offers keg wine specialists, on-premise outlets and wine companies the potential for commercial gain. But, the sustainability benefits are also clear.


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