US Wine And Spirits importers Want Tariffs Off The Table – Benzinga

American wine and spirits importers are shaken by the possibility that the Trump administration may impose additional tariffs on the European Union. This month the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) said it will consider increasing an existing 25% U.S. tariff on certain European-origin alcohol product imports to 100%. The USTR imposed the 25%

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Forked Vine Wine and Spirits holds whiskey tasting event – WBBJ-TV

January 18, 2020 JACKSON, Tenn. — Whiskey lovers enjoyed a tasting in Jackson Saturday. Forked Vine Wine and Spirits hosted a tasting of the Irish whiskey Proper Twelve. UFC fighter Conor McGregor owns the whiskey brand. McGregor’s former body guard, Logan Dyess, helped serve up some of the beverages. The tasting was held at perfect

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Winemakers wary of impending tariffs – The Register-Guard

U.S. wineries say when people drink less European wine, they drink less domestic wine. And that hurts the U.S. industry SALEM — Most years, January is a month of glory for the wine industry — celebrating the harvest and holiday sales of the previous year and gearing up for the next season. But for U.S.

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Last day of the Lallemand tour

It’s the last day of the Lallemand tour, a vinous adventure that has taken in four cities/towns in four days. Day one, in Nîmes, now seems a long time ago. After that, a drive to Lyon, where we stayed at a hotel that’s part of the Olympic Lyonnais stadium, where our seminar was held on

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In France on the Lallemand tour

First trip of 2020 sees me in France, on tour. It’s the Lallemand tour, which I last did in 2009. This time it’s on wine faults, and we are taking in four locations: Nîmes, Lyon, Angers and Bordeaux. On stage this morning This is the programme: Les vices cachés sont-ils tous des défauts ? – Jamie GOODE, Journaliste,

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