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Afternoon Brief, November 2

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‘Layers of Crises’: Napa Wine and Tourism Industries Navigate the Virus and Fires
Napa County’s two biggest industries — wine and tourism have one eye on coming winter weather that could dampen the enthusiasm of returning visitors and another on a recent alarming rise in COVID-19 cases…
Oregon’s Proposed Tax Hike on Beer, Wine and Cider Threatens to Kick an Industry While It’s Down
At a time when small, independent breweries, wineries and cideries are gasping to survive the pandemic, Oregon’s health authority wants to raise taxes on these businesses by around 800%…
UC Davis Study Confirms That Russian River Valley Vineyard Neighborhoods Have ‘Fingerprints’
There is a term in the Russian River Valley, one of North America’s premier wine growing regions in California’s Sonoma County. It’s a friendly word, collaborative and almost nostalgic: neighborhoods…
DTC: Wineries Do More with Less, Paso Robles Wineries Lead DTC Growth in September
While tasting room visitation in the region was down 45 percent, California’s Central Coast wineries, primarily from Paso Robles, saw direct to consumer revenues grow 34 percent in September, according to Community Benchmark…
Dream Big Darling Goes Virtual with Annual Auction Starting on Nov. 6
Impact of Climate Change on California Wine Regions Focus of UC Davis Discussion Free Online Panel
Lower Yields, High Quality Fruit and Plenty of Challenges Make for Historic Oregon Vintage
How Wine Clubs Are Helping U.S. Wineries Stay Afloat
Concha y Toro Enjoys 53% EBITDA Growth in Third Quarter
What the Future Holds for Constellation Brands
Prosecco Doc Rosé Officially Approved to Begin Exporting Worldwide
The 2020 Bordeaux Harvest
Vini D’Abruzzo Consortium Names Colangelo & Partners Agency of Record for US Communications Campaign
Prowine China 2020: Good Response Despite COVID-19
Wine Tourism Battle Plans for COVID 19 Revealed at IWINETC Virtual 2020
The New Conversation About White Wine and Tannins
Consumers Are Still Trading Up on Wine in the Covid Era, but the Wins Are Uneven
What Does COVID Mean for the Small Wineries? Hint – It’s Better Than You Think
TTB Rulings Provide More Flexibility for Alcohol Labeling
Wine Shippers Are Duping “Unsuspecting Consumers”
Wine Sales Symposium
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Recruiting Associates Network – Fairfield, CA, USA
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The Bottle Meister, Inc. – Paso Robles, CA, USA
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Columbia Distributing – Portland, OR, USA
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People news and stories
New Tools to Help Overcome Stuck Fermentations in Wine
Oak Barrel Alternatives to Aid with Smoke Affected Fruit
Reusable eCommerce Wine Shipper Wins RPA Award
Moisture-Loc and Frost Protection
More Supplier News
US-FIP wine & must pumps
Trefethen Family Vineyards Launches New Taste the Estate & Twilight Experiences for the Holidays
The Fladgate Partnership Announces: 1994 Vintage Port Special-Edition Set
SIP Certified Welcomes New Winery and Vineyard Members
Daou Winery to Launch ‘Patrimony’ in Harrods
Chalk Hill on Top of the World in McLaren Vale
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