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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19
TRENDING STORY
 
Improved Dealcoholization Technology Preserves Beverage Quality and Meets New Consumer Demands
“Low and no” are shorthand for one of the beverage industry’s most pronounced trends, a worldwide shift toward low- and nonalcoholic wine and beer….
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
Reeling from Historic Wildfires, U.S. Winemakers Ask, ‘What’s Next?’
The 2020 wildfires in Northern California, Oregon and Washington affected communities across the Western U.S. and struck a wine industry already staggering from tariffs, the novel coronavirus pandemic and labor shortages…
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear California Grower’s Challenge to State Farm Labor Law
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear a property rights challenge to a 45-year-old California labor law that allows union organizers to go on farmland to speak with workers at the start of their day or during a lunch break…
Tehachapi Mountains Joins Paso Robles, Napa, and Sonoma with Its Own AVA
This week, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau granted “Tehachapi Mountains” its own American Viticultural Area, or AVA…
Rescuing California’s Hellish 2020 Wine Vintage
Groundbreaking Program Provides Computers and Tech Skills for Napa Valley Farmworkers
Oregon Wine Industry Frustrated by Second Lockdown
Michigan State University Program Maps Land with Vinifera Potential
As Shutdowns Return, Restaurants Grapple with the New, New Normal
3rd Annual Sommeliers Choice Awards Now Open
Drizly Expands Alcohol Delivery Reach in Houston and Austin with Addition of 34 Spec’s Stores to Its Network
“Fortunately”, European Wine Production Is Not “Huge”
Three Quarters of Hospitality Businesses Could Close in 2021
South Australian COVID-19 Lockdown Hits Australian Wine Sector Hard
The Rise of Burgundy’s Other White Wine
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BLOGS
 
“Catastrophic” — The State of Restaurant Wine Sales
How to Use Business Intelligence to Find Sales Opportunities
Dan Berger: Opened Bottles
Rhône Adventures Continue with Tablas Creek Vineyards on the Varietal Show
How to Use Business Intelligence to Find Sales Opportunities
Wine Sales Symposium
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Technical Service Representative
Gusmer Enterprises, Inc. – Napa, CA, USA
Account Associate
Vintrace – USA
Broker/Brand Representative
Abarbanel Brand Wines – New York, USA
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PEOPLE
 
A Day in the Life of Kirk Venge, Winemaker Extraordinaire
ATPGroup Announces Appointment of Terry Dewane as National Sales Manager for Its Enology Division
How Studying Spanish Led to a Career in Wine — This Vineyard Guru Loves Birth Year Wines, Cabs and Unusual Paths
Ag Lending Veteran Shawn Smeins Is New Head of Rabo AgriFinance
California Pinot Noir Producer Decides to Release Single Vineyard Wine After Almost a Decade of Aging
People news and stories
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Aervana, a Washington-Based Wine Accessory Start-Up, Announces ‘Pour It Forward’ Partnership with Food Lifeline
Water Storage No Longer Optional: Now a Necessity
The Pitfalls of Proprietary Generator System Software
Don’t Skip Safety Training on Electric Pallet
More Supplier News
US-FIP wine & must pumps
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Justin Vineyards & Winery Launches Wine 101 “Crush It with Justin” Series
The Most Visited Winery in the United States Is Celebrating Its 35th Anniversary
Sierra Foothills 2018 Sierra Starr Barbera Takes Top Honors at 2020 Harvest Challenge: Argentine Torrontes Takes Best White
Naked Wines Predicts ‘Enduring’ Shift to Online Sales
100 Nails Ranch to Debut Zonin Family California Project
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