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Afternoon Brief, October 9

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Wine’s COVID Winners and Losers
As the world learns to live with coronavirus, what impact has it had on wine prices?…
Lodi Winegrowers Call for Action with Old Vine Preservation Campaign
The Lodi Winegrape Commission unveiled Monday its “Save the Old Vines” integrated marketing campaign. Focused on preservation, the campaign aims to raise general awareness and education surrounding historical, old vine plantings in Lodi and to foster recognition of the quality of wine produced from these vines amongst both consumer and industry audiences…
The Merlot Momentum
Merlot is not lying low anymore. If the #MerlotMe movement has anything to do with it, the much-maligned variety will rise like a phoenix…
How Fine Wine Distribution Is Changing Over 2020
2020 has not been easy for the wine world. To list off a few hurdles: a globe of bars shut down. A global pandemic. Climate change. California and Oregon facing the most destructive wildfire season in history…
Wine Delivery Workers Get $10 Million Wage, Breaks Deal Approved
The Gender Pay Gap: How the Wine Industry Stacks Up
Premium North Coast Wine Moves to Cans, Boxes
Virginia Wine Producers Look to Turn Things Around in the Fall Following a Decline in Sales
2020 Has Been a Turbulent Year, but It Just Might Be a Special Vintage for Long Island Winemakers
Paso’s ‘New School’ Wine Movement Celebrated in Wine Spectator
PLCB Systems Down, Snarling Supply Chain; Agency Sees No Evidence of Hack
Napa Firefighter Recounts Saving Upvalley Winery from Fast-Moving Fire
French Coopers Sustain Revenues
New Zealand Government Announces Managed Isolation Plan for Vineyard Workers
Dan Berger: A Decade of Disaster
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Bridging the Gap: Wine Marketing for a New Generation
October 15 – Webinar
Late Clonal Field Day
October 16 – Greenwood, CA
State of the Industry: Tech Adoption in Wineries
October 22 – Webinar
Wine & Weed Virtual Symposium
October 28 – Webinar
Wine Sales Symposium
An Estimated 80% of Napa Cabernet May Be Lost to Fire and Smoke
Smoke Exposure: ‘Get Out of Jail Free Card’ for Winegrape Buyers
Glass Fire Being Called Worst in Napa History, with Hundreds of Homes and at Least 20 Wineries Damaged or Destroyed
Charles Krug Winery Hosts Basecamp for PG&E to Assist Firefight
Napa’s Winemakers Discover Scorched Vines and Close Calls
Wine Country Starts Picking Up the Pieces
Constellation and Gallo Wine Deal Set for Completion
Inside Napa Winemakers’ Fight to Save Their Livelihoods – and Vintages – from Wildfires
North Bay Wildfires Cloud Wine Grape Harvest as Total Losses Could Approach $500 Million
Alcohol Consumption Has Surged During Coronavirus Pandemic, Especially ‘Heavy Drinking’ Among Women: Study
Tariff Wars Cause Sharp Decline in Wine and Whisky Exports
Turning the Tables on Ray Fister
Alexander Valley Cellars to Purchase Wine Country Cellars and Wine Country Shipping
In Fire-Prone Napa, Winery Employees Double as High Percentage of Region’s Volunteer Firefighters
New Study Reveals Women Have a Long Way to Go to Reach Equality in Wine Industry Job Opportunities
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