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1% Improvement Here and There Can Make a Big Difference in Wine Making?

I was fortunate to take a nearly two-week vacation recently, a trip that included a week in France. My wife and I had a chance to, I guess, do a number of “gemba visits” at some wineries in the Burgundy, Chablis, Champagne, and Alsace regions of the country last week. I’ve blogged before about winery […]
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