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Eurostampa expands to 80,000sf in Napa facility

Growth of the luxury wine business out of the California North Coast has made such a big impression on Eurostampa that the Italian family behind the global printer of labels for high-end wine and spirits is making a big expansion to its Napa Valley production facility.

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