In Napa, when it wrapped bottled wine, it saved much more than nine
Most wineries recently had bottled their 2012 wines. Cases of wine
are often shrink-wrapped after being stacked on pallets for storage, and
according to several winemakers, losses appeared to be minimal at the
case-goods warehouses in southern Napa.
"We lost exactly one bottle of wine, and we've got 80,000 cases of wine here," said Michael Greenlee, CEO and president of Amedeo, a fulfillment company that stores and ships wine for about 190 mostly small winery clients.
As for the wine wrapped in oak;
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