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- The significant growth investments and transition to higher margin products and distribution channels are being ignored at Willamette Valley Vineyards (WVVI).
- The temporary modest decline in sales should be viewed as a positive as it is the result of a focus on profit rather than pure volume growth.
- An attractive valuation limits the downside while unique company specific growth factors and a secular trend towards greater wine consumption provide strong tailwinds.
WVVI owns and operates vineyards and a winery...
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