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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17
TRENDING STORY
 
Wine Country Is Officially Closed for Wine Tastings Under Bay Area’s New Regional Stay-at-Home Order
After several months of back-and-forth opening and closing restrictions, Bay Area wineries were handed a clear and absolute message on Wednesday: They must all close to visitors…
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
Can Water Saving Traits Help Wine Survive Climate Change?
Climate change is expected to make many grape-growing regions too hot and dry to produce high-quality wine from traditional varieties. But scientists at the University of California, Davis, have found that wine grape varieties from regions that are more prone to stress have traits that could help them cope with climate change…
Napa Supervisors Won’t Consider Major Winery Rule Changes
Napa County is willing to explore providing additional flexibility to wineries amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but not as much as a group of nine vintners had requested…
The World’s Biggest Cork Producer Announces TCA Breakthrough
db can exclusively reveal that the world’s biggest cork producer, Amorim, has delivered on a promise made 18 months ago to eliminate detectable TCA* for every cork it makes – which amounts to more than 5.5 billion stoppers annually…
New ‘Fingerprint’ Method May Help Detect Wine Fraud, Says Study
Will 2020 Be the Driest Calendar Year on Record?
DTC Wine Workshops Launches Small Wine Producer DTC Sales & Engagement Bootcamp
RNDC and Libdib Look to Take Data Analytics to the Next Level
Wine Fraud Rudy’s Fate Is Sealed
WBWE: Online Business Here to Stay
First Barolo & Barbaresco Academy’s Digital Edition Kicks Off
Over 3,800 Bottles Auctioned and £58,000 Raised for Charity at the 2020 Christie’s DWWA Auction
New Zealand Grapes Will Rot on the Vines Without Government Action
In Uruguay, a Tiny Wine Region Makes a Big Impression
Dan Berger: In Praise of Half Bottles
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‘Better for You’ Means More Than Just ‘Low Sugar’
Polyphenols in Wine Authenticity
Portuguese Wines in the Age of Discovery
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PEOPLE
 
NBBJ Honors Manveer Sandhu at 8th Annual Wine, Spirits and Beer Industry Awards
Three Generations of Bacigalupi Women
The Year in Vineyards with Peter Vallis of San Joaquin Valley Winegrowers
Glassware Virtuoso Kurt Zalto Has Quietly Released His Masterpiece Wine Glass
Vivino Books Record Sales Growth — Disruptor Recruits Critical Leadership Strength
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SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Provi Launches eCommerce Toolkit for Beverage Alcohol Distributors Nationwide
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Liviri Solutions Is Recognized in WINnovation Awards for New Wine Shipper-Cooler
CCL Label Taking an Active Role in Digital Watermarks Initiative HolyGrail 2.0
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VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Champagne Pommery Converts Champagne Vineyards to Organic Viticulture
Caraccioli Cellars 2014 Brut Rosé Awarded Best US Sparkling Wine 2020
Kenefick Ranch Vineyard & Winery Toasts to the End of 2020 with New Seasonal Wine Gift Sets
Henschke Mount Edelstone 2015 Is Decanter’s Australian Red Wine of the Year 2020
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