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Afternoon Brief, March 14

It’s Snowing in California Vineyards, and Winemakers Are Loving it - Whether or not you're a skier or snowboarder, you know the adage. If it's raining in San Francisco, it must be snowing in Tahoe ...

Afternoon Brief, January 28

Winegrowers Instructed on 'Future-Proofing' Napa Wine in the Digital Age: Is Napas wine industry ready for the future? Paul Mabray thinks not. Mabray, CEO of market research company Emetry.io, offered this take at a Napa Valley Grapegrowers symposium Wednesday, ..

Afternoon Brief, August 17

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: With New To Kalon Brand, Constellation Revives Legendary Napa Wine Dispute The battle over Napa Valley's most contested...

Afternoon Brief, May 16

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Truett-Hurst Reports Sales Decrease Truett-Hurst Inc. of Healdsburg on Thursday reported that its net sales for the past...

Afternoon Brief, June 21

How Vivino Plans to Become the Amazon of Wine: One day about seven years ago, Danish entrepreneur Heini Zachariassen found himself standing in front of an enormous wine shelf at his local supermarket and feeling, as he recalls, "stupid"...

Afternoon Brief, April 13, 2016

Marin County Man Charged with Embezzling From Napa Winery: A Marin County man was arrested for allegedly embezzling nearly $30,000 from a Napa winery, according to court documents...

Afternoon Brief: June 16

Online wine sales make up 5% of the market - but are on the rise: Don't wine about it: Online wine sales accounted for a mere five percent of global sales of whites, reds and roses last year - but are expected to rise sharply, according to a study released Monday at France's Vinexpo wine fair...

Wine Industry Job Board Offers One Hundred $1 Job Postings

WIN Jobs: Value - Expertise - Reach Celebrating the launch of the WINjobboard.com employment site, WIN Jobs is offering $1 job postings for the first...

Why Counteroffers Do Not Work

“Buying” an employee back when they try to resign, a counteroffer, rarely works out, even in the short run. Ninety-eight percent of the time, the employee leaves within six months to a year and a half, and often with more acrimony than the first attempt.