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Afternoon Brief, December 18

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Smoke Taint Reduces California Wine Crop
A reduced harvest is good news for wineries, but not necessarily for consumers…
Largest European Wine Technology Symposium Comes to U.S. in 2021
Like a traditional tradeshow, attendees can meet-and-greet with a whole host of vendors and suppliers at one collaborative event. But the platform of Enoforum is more than a day full of seminars or an event hall crammed with sales reps trying to attract the attention of potential customers…
Wine Growth Tapers Off-Premise, but Spirits and FMBs Maintain Double-Digit Pace
For the first time since the pandemic severely affected the drinks industry nine months ago, the wine market rose by less than double-digits in Nielsen channels, increasing just 5.9% in volume terms in the four weeks ending November 28, which included the Thanksgiving holiday…
Napa Tourism Businesses Face Hard Road, and New Shutdown Order, Before Wide Release of COVID-19 Vaccines
As new restrictions on businesses — including a toughened Bay Area stay-home order announced Wednesday — follow a late-year surge of coronavirus infections, it remains uncertain how much of Napa’s slow climb out of recession and job losses will stick before new vaccines become widespread enough to turn the tide against the pandemic…
One Year in: How Wineries Across the Country Have Adapted During the Pandemic
Sacramento Business Trades Corks for Refillable Wine Bottles
Tinte Cellars Georgetown Comes to Life with the Opening of Its New Tasting Room and Event Space
Wisconsin Vintners Association Home Winemakers Club Celebrates 50 Years, Making It One of America’s Oldest
COVID Puts a Dent in Revenues of French Wine Exports
Bonterra Organic Vineyards Advertising Campaign Named 2020’s Best Organic Initiative by the Drinks Business
Ensuring the Authenticity of Wine: The Role of NMR
An Increasing Proportion of Brazilian Adults Are Entering the Wine Market, with the Monthly Wine Drinking Population Increasing by 7 Million Since 2018
Wine Sector Expecting a Better Year Ahead
Stuck at Home, People Are Splurging on Wine and Spirits
Local Tastes: Wine Trends to Watch in 2021
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Bintrace – USA (Remote)
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Recruiting Associates Network -American Canyon, CA, USA
Wine Club Sales Manager
Tobias Glen Vineyard – Anywhere (Remote)
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Enoforum Web Conference
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WIN Survey
Wine Country Is Officially Closed for Wine Tastings Under Bay Area’s New Regional Stay-at-Home Order
Enoforum, Europe’s Largest Scientific Technical Wine Congress, Coming to America
Top 10 Wines of 2020 Revealed on WineSpectator.com
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Women Winemakers to Watch
Small Wineries Bearing the Brunt of Industry Pivot
Geodesy: Mentoring the Next Generation of Women in Agriculture
‘Cataclysmic Change’ to Sweep Through Wine Industry
WSU Researchers Discover New Methods to Fight Invasive Yeast in Red Winemaking
Wine Fraud Rudy’s Fate Is Sealed
The World’s Biggest Cork Producer Announces TCA Breakthrough
Napa Supervisors Won’t Consider Major Winery Rule Changes
IRI Update: Wine & Spirits Continue Premiumization, But Growth Eases
Wine’s Problem with Old, White Men
Self-Driving Farm Tractor Rolls Into Service at California Vineyard
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