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Afternoon Brief, December 11

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After 2020 What’s Next for Wine?
It’s been a year from hell, but next year might not bring much relief for wineries…
Looming Shutdown Leaves Napa Valley’s Hospitality Sector in Unpleasant Limbo
The Bay Area’s intensive care unit capacity this week shrank to 17.8% on Thursday — a testament to the pandemic’s severity and, for the North Bay’s wine country, one more tick of the clock closer to a comprehensive shutdown…
Small Wineries Bearing the Brunt of Industry Pivot
While top-line numbers paint a picture of an industry that’s weathering the COVID-19 pandemic, the latest update from Gomberg, Frederikson & Associates indicates that smaller labels face tough times…
Ciatti California Market Report, December 2020
A 2020 that no one could have foreseen is drawing to a close with the bulk wine market active but less active than it was in late summer/early fall when smoke exposure concerns joined with heightened off-premise demand to stimulate a buying frenzy…
Sonoma Wineries Must Shut Down Starting Saturday Following New Stay-at-Home Order
Sommcon Virtual Summit Returns Spring 2021, Bringing Three Days of Live and Recorded Educational Sessions to Beverage Professionals and Enthusiasts
Santa Barbara County Vintners Impressed by Quality of 2020 Vintage
By a 3-2 Vote, Napa County Agrees Bremer Winery Barn Can Stay
Registration Is Now Open for the 2021 Oregon Wine Symposium
Pandemic Rules and Smoke Have Meant a Rough Year for Oregon Wineries
Bordeaux Is Ready to Plant Its New Grape Varieties
Bottega: We Need to Decrease Prosecco Production
WSTA Draws up Brexit Checklist
Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year
Dan Berger: Water in Wine and Other Heresies
Broker/Brand Representative
Abarbanel Brand Wines – New York, USA
Account Associate
Vintrace – USA
Quality and Production Assistant
Recruiting Associates Network – Fairfield, CA, USA
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BOLD Predictions: Thriving Post-COVID
December 16 – Webinar
Demystifying Oak in Winemaking
December 17 – Webinar
DTC Wine Symposium
January 19, 2021 – Webinar
Brazil, a Sparkling New World
February 3, 2021 – Webinar
Enoforum Web Conference
February 23, 2021 – Webinar
WIN Survey
California Liquor Board Bypasses Due Process
Global Wine Trend Predictions for 2020 – How Did We Do?
Turning the Tables on James Melendez
To Kalon Case Heads to Court
California Wineries Brace for Big Losses During Holiday Season After Looming Lockdown
Tourist Visits for State and Napa Valley May Not See Full Recovery Until 2023 … or Later
Sonoma Valley’s Annadel Estate Winery Sells for Nearly $6M; SoCal Winery Moves to Mendocino; More North Bay Business News
Wine Spectator Counts Down the Most Exciting Wines of the Year
Wine’s Struggle Between Price and Reputation
Napa and Sonoma Wineries, Still Open for Tastings, Saw Plenty of Weekend Visitors Despite Lockdown News
Wine School Breaks the Code During Pandemic
Here’s Why Wine Doesn’t Ship for Free — and Shouldn’t if You Want Small Wineries to Survive
Sonoma County Supervisors Eye Changes to Rules Governing Vineyard Development
A Sip of Wine, a Mean Email, a Bad PR Move–an Ugly Tale
The World’s Best California Wines
Wine Industry Sales Symposium
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