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European Vineyards, Cheesemakers React to Blow From U.S. Tariffs

  • Levies threaten to hit export drive for Spain’s Rioja wines
  • Italian minister says EU may consider retaliatory steps
Cheese on display at a sales counter in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, southern France. 

Cheese on display at a sales counter in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, southern France. 

Photographer: Iroz Gaizka/AFP via Getty Images

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Spanish winemaker Baron de Ley SA has made the U.S. a priority for exports as it seeks out new markets to help cushion the blow of Brexit -- only to face the threat of tariffs.