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Afternoon Brief, January 28th

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 28
TRENDING STORY
 
California Wine Business Faces New, Ongoing Challenges as It Adjusts to Pandemic, Wildfires
The U.S. wine business eked out slim volume growth overall last year, even as the coronavirus has upended how consumers bought such beverages, yet challenges in demand and supply that predate the pandemic remain, according to experts at a major industry conference Wednesday…
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
Smoke Taint’s Known Knowns and Unknown Unknowns
About 100 wildfires burned 10 million acres across the western United States in 2020, resulting in $680 million in crop losses in California and Oregon alone. Long-term impacts to the wine industry have been estimated at $3.7 billion, according to Bruce Pan, who leads the chemistry research group at E. & J. Gallo Winery, citing industry figures…
Despite Bulk Buying Flurry, Acreage in California Still Needs to Be Pulled to Stay in Balance
Speakers at Unified Wine & Grape Symposium outline how dual forces shaped California acreage and its bulk market…
Coalition of Bay Area Restaurants and Wineries Dismisses Lawsuit Filed Against Governor Newsom for “Arbitrary and Irrational” Outdoor Dining and Wine Tasting Ban
The Wine Country Coalition for Safe Reopening (the “Coalition”) announced today the voluntary dismissal without prejudice of its January 19, 2021 lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom and California State Public Health Officer Tomás J. Aragón…
Wine Shipments in US Increase Slightly in 2020 Amid Pandemic
Cabernet on the Decline in the US?
The Old Vines of Lodi
Grapevine Nursery Survey Completed
Constellation Brands Wins Trademark Dispute over ‘to Kalon’ Wine; Judge Excoriates Nickel
Southern Glazer’s Proof™ Ecommerce Platform Transforms Hospitality Industry
Jackie Fast on How COVID Has Made Okanagan Wineries Stronger
AOC Bordeaux Invests €4 Million to Re-Launch Its Tourism Facilities
Technology Helping Growers Find Solace in Challenging Times
Digital Dynamite: The Future of Wine Sales
Dan Berger on Wine: Good News for Every Day Wine
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BLOGS
 
Planning a Virtual Wine & Food Pairing for the Chinese New Year
The Intersection of Creativity and Technology: How We at Charles Krug Are Greeting 2021 Head-On
How Vintners Who Use Custom Crush Can Avoid Being Caught Between Creditors
Wine 101: Terroir
How Retailers Can Maximize Sales for the Big Game
Wine Sales Symposium
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Quality and Production Assistant
Recruiting Associates Network – Fairfield, CA, USA
General Manager – Operations and Hospitality
DANCIN Vineyards – Jacksonville, OR, USA
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PEOPLE
 
Expanded Role Makes Sarah Quider One of Sonoma County’s Most Influential Winemakers
Two Women Leading Different Iconic Russian River Valley Wine Estates in California Discuss Neighborhoods Concept
Benjamin de Rothschild, Banking and Wine Heavyweight, Dies at 57
Sommelier Roundtable: Beverages That Deserve a Breakout Year
Former San Francisco 49ers Star Terrell Owens Launches His Own Wine Label
People news and stories
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Less Than a Week of Offer Left for Wine Brands Looking to Grow Their On-Premise Distribution in USA
Tonnellerie Orion- Large Format & Thick Stave Puncheons
Are You Planning a Plant Maintenance Shut Down?
MEI Renewables Signed to Build New Solar and Storage Project at Vintage Wine Estates’ Ray’s Station Production Facility in Mendocino County, California
More Supplier News
US-FIP wine & must pumps
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Sonoma-Cutrer Celebrates 40-Year Legacy
The Making of a 100-Point Wine: A Champagne from a Special Place
Ste. Michelle Closes Challenging Fiscal Year, as On-Premise Shutdown Takes a Toll
Small Winery Operators Fear New California Wastewater Rules Will Cork Profits
Crisis-Resistant Sancerre Winery Poised to Welcome New Members
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