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Afternoon Brief, September 25

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
TRENDING STORY
 
Winemakers Face Up to Smoke Taint Reality
West Coast wineries are having to make hard decisions about how to deal with the tumultuous 2020 vintage…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
Candy Mountain Becomes Washington’s 16th American Viticultural Area
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) published the final rule for the Candy Mountain American Viticultural Area (AVA) on September 25, 2020, making it the 16th AVA in Washington…
Josh Cellars, La Marca, Bota Box Drive Wine’s Off-Premise Growth
For the first time during the pandemic, four-week wine volumes in Nielsen channels fell below double-digit growth rates (+9.7%) for the period ending September 5, with off-premise gains easing as pandemic restrictions on the on-trade are gradually lifted across the country…
U.S. Supreme Court to Decide If a Texas Law Interfering with Interstate Commerce Can Stand
Many state restrictions on the sale of alcohol have been temporarily lifted by governors across the country since mid-March…
California North Coast Wine Business Frets About ‘Smoke Taint’ as Harvest Continues
U.S. Shoppers Shift Shopping Strategies to Brace for Recessionary Effects
Beverage Alcohol and the Pandemic
Sonoma County Tourism Tackles Coronavirus Impact, Future Plans at Annual Meeting
Recreating Bonds Is Essential for Innovation in Wine Tourism
What Is Sustainability in Wine?
California Wineries Unlikely to Sell Smoky Wines Post-Wildfires, Expert Says
‘Lemonade Out of Lemons’: Distillery Turns Smoke-Tainted Wine Grapes Into Purposefully Smoky Grappa
Spirited Magazine Wins Two 2020 Folio: Awards for Editorial Excellence
Higher Waste Costs Might Be the Incentive Marlborough’s Wine Industry Needs
Dan Berger: Lightstruck – the Problem with Clear Wine Bottles
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WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
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Fine Wine Telesales Specialist
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Winemaker/ Partner
Honey Bear Ranch Orso Dolce Winery – Camino, CA, USA
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EVENTS
 
Press Play on Video Marketing for Your Winery
September 29 – Webinar
Doing Business in the Time of COVID
September 30 – Webinar
APEX-Brasil Presents: Brazil, a Sparkling New World
October 1 – Webinar
Bridging the Gap: Wine Marketing for a New Generation
October 1 – Webinar
Online Marketing for Natural Wine with MYSA
October 7 – Webinar
Wine Sales Symposium
 
TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK
 
Fires Leave 2020 Vintage in the Balance
California Regulators Identify Violations After Rodney Strong Wine Spill, but No Fine Yet
‘Wet Ashtray’ Wine Grapes Left to Birds as Fires Choke West Coast Vineyards
Should You Drop Unsold Fruit or Leave It on the Vine?
Smoke Taint Removal Process Puts Winemaker in Control
Smoke and Mirrors: Fixing a Fiery Vintage
Wine Industry Affected by Wildfires Seeks Extension of Disaster Payment Program
Claudia Jordan Claims Wine Company Fired Her for Supporting Black Lives Matter
Sonoma Valley Wineries Embrace Changes They Once Resisted to Survive During Pandemic
Opus One Winery Announces Christopher Lynch as New Chief Executive Officer
Proposed 475,000-Gallon Napa Valley Winery Raises Size Concerns
Napa County Balks at Amplified Music Request by St. Helena Winery
California’s Wineries Tossed into Chaos with Backlogged Tests for Smoke Taint
Constellation Brands Continuing to Leverage Its High-Value Portfolio Through the Pandemic
Making First Impressions with Secondary Packaging
Wine Industry Sales Symposium
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