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Afternoon Brief, March 13


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Big Wine tightened its grip on the U.S. market in 2013
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Deli Superstar Shares Recipes for Business Success at DIRECT Wine Industry Conference
Ari Weinzweig, co-founder of the popular and highly-successful Zingermans Community of Businesses,  will reveal the secrets…

Shifts in the Adult Beverage Market Signal More Intense Competition in 2014
Declines in beer, the continued premiumization and price inflation across the industry is resulting in dollar increases and volume declines, according to Technomic’s…

Did Europe Waste Billions On Vineyard Reform?
The billions of euros poured into the reform of the European wine scene have failed to resolve the oversupply situation in Spain…

“How to Create and Execute Successful Winery Events” – A New Seminar Offering from Sonoma State’s Wine Business Institute

Wine scientists smoke out vital data from bushfire

St. Helena vineyard manager charged for allegedly stealing grapes

Hail-Hit Bordeaux Growers Protest Over Lack of Aid

Savor Northwest Wine Competition results

New Texas Winery Association Formed To Promote Texas Wine Quality

Wine could be shipped or sold in larger containers in Louisiana

Water clock ticking for California growers

San Antonio Winery Earns Victory in Stella Rosa Trademark Litigation with Constellation

Water to Wine Miracle Machine Confirmed A Hoax

Santa Barbara County Winery Ordinance Ready for Comments

Vineyard & Winery News

Could Napa vineyards sell for $1M an acre by 2050?

Celebrating Oregon’s sub-appellations and their distinct aroma and flavor profiles

Treasury Estates’ Wynns Joins Bibendum

Sonoma Valley’s B.R. Cohn Scales Back To Refocus On High-End Cabernet

Winemakers meet to help define Oregon Chardonnay

Congressmen tour Bogle Winery and other potential flood sites

Respect for land sustains five-generation San Joaquin County farming family

Carlos and Linda Chavez walk the American Dream into the wine industry

Winery’s First Oregon Offering Expands Focus on Cool-Climate Winegrowing Regions

The Wine Pro Athletes Love

Cedar Creek Winery, chef to showcase wine in recipes

Chateau Ste. Michelle announces 30th anniversary concerts

Alliance Wine aims to create ‘iconic’ rosé brand

Olive oil flows in California Wine Country

Columbia Winery is getting its groove back with Gallo

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