The value of US wine exports dropped last year to its lowest level since 2012, the Wine Institute reports; the group attributed the fall to President Donald Trump's trade war with China. China is the fifth-largest foreign market for US wines, and its taxes and tariffs are 79%, said Charles Jefferson, the institute's vice president of federal and international public policy.
Tariffs send value of US wine exports into decline
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