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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
TRENDING STORY
 
Vineyards Help Protect Wine Country During Glass Fire
Napa County has been hit hard by wildfires but experts say the damage could have been worse. Wine country’s most precious crop may have prevented the fire from spreading…
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
Battling Wildfires and the Pandemic, Some U.S. Winemakers Forgo the 2020 Vintage
“The buds will break again,” says Craig Becker, co-founder, general manager, and director of viticulture and winemaking of Somerston Estate in Napa, Calif. It’s a sunny outlook for someone who saw 1,400 acres of his 1,682-acre property burned during the August Hennessey Fire…
Oregon Sets Sale
Oregon’s wine industry continues to thrive despite the pandemic. After expanding direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales tactics, many wineries are delighting in their new-found successes…
Supervisors Allow Breweries and Wineries to Re-Open for Outdoor Service
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Supervisor Kathryn Barger which will allow breweries and wineries to begin outdoor service in one week, in accordance with current State health orders…
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Oregon Wildfire Impacts
Fires Leave Napa Harvest on a Knife Edge
‘Wind and Refrigerated Sunlight’: Winemakers Talk About the Santa Lucia Highlands
Chicago Loosens On-Premise Restrictions, as New York Opens Indoor Dining at 25% Capacity
Wines of Chile USA Capitalizes on Sales Momentum with New Fall Programming
Sharrott Winery Wins Governor’s Cup for Best Red Wine & Best in Show for Its 2018 Merlot
Ste. Michelle Rises to Top of Washington State Wine Competition with Cab, Riesling
EU Eyes Tariffs Against the U.S., Putting Economy at Risk
Three Australian Wineries Set to Provide Every Little Detail to China
2020 Virtual Grape Stomp Is a Wrap! 10 Teams Take Top Honors & Auction Opens
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BLOGS
 
Do We Have Packaging Mobility Yet?
Thinking About Starting a Winery? Consider This First
A Bet on Piquette
Beer Delivery Is on the Rise
20 Years of Fine Wine Writing
Wine Sales Symposium
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
HR Manager
Recruiting Associates Network – American Canyon, CA, USA
Heavy Equipment Operator
Wilson Vineyards – Cloverdale, CA, USA
Club Member Manager
Coldani Family Winery & Olive Ranch – Lodi, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
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PEOPLE
 
Saxco Announces Tony Caracciolo as SVP/GM East Region Former Owens-Illinois Executive Joins Saxco
SAAS Entrepreneur Kevin Merritt Joins Innovint as COO & Board Member
NBA Star Launches Willamette Valley Brand
Columbus Wine and Spirits Expands
Q&A: Kate Bolling, Owner, Oregon Wines on Broadway
People news and stories
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Commerce7 and Vimbibe Partner to Revolutionize Winery Customer Engagement
Sitech Norcal Is Now a MagGrow Dealer
New Law Creates COVID-19 Workers’ Comp Framework
A Personal Message from Global Package’s Erica Harrop
More Supplier News
US-FIP wine & must pumps
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
The Biggest Self-Pour Winery in the Country Now in Texas!
Erath Moves Tasting Experience to Historical Portland Building
Sainte-Famille Winery Puts Up the for Sale Sign
Glass Fire Destroys Around 10,000 Bottles of Wine at Renowned California Winery
Ancient Peaks Winery Launches “Somm Voyage”
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