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Hudson Cattell

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780801451980

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: August 2016

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9780801451980.001.0001

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Growing Pains in the 1980s

Growing Pains in the 1980s

(p.154) Chapter Nine Growing Pains in the 1980s
Wines of Eastern North America

Hudson Cattell

Cornell University Press

This chapter examines the controversies that emerged in the wine industry in the 1980s. Most of the controversies that arose in the eastern wine industry in the 1970s centered on laws and regulations that wineries in the various states needed to have passed or changed in order to be in business. In contrast, a wider range of controversies developed in the 1980s. Four of them are discussed in this chapter: a confrontation between two states over a competing appellation; a major crisis involving growers and wineries; two rival festivals in a legal battle; and, in Ontario, a free trade fight against the United States and Europe. Each of these cases had an outcome that strengthened the industry.

Keywords:   wine controversies, eastern wine industry, wine regulations, free trade

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