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Afternoon Brief, February 5th

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Online Boom Behind Uber’s Drinks Push
The implications of Uber’s takeover of Drizly could be huge for retailers – and consumers…
For the Wine World, 2021 Brings Familiar Problems
The year has changed. So has the government. But the challenges facing the wine industry — Covid, tariffs and climate change — remain…
What Role Can Vineyards Play in Conserving California’s Biodiversity?
Some grape growers are committed to regenerating the land and protecting native species–and they hope wine drinkers will be willing to support their efforts…
The Deception and Duplicity Necessary to Defend the Three-Tier System
One thing is absolutely clear about the alcohol industry: Its primary form of regulation, the “three-tier system,” is so fundamentally flawed that today it serves mainly to retard the growth of the alcohol industry, acts as a barrier to small and medium-sized alcohol producers from entering markets around the country, and acts to increase the political and financial power of a very small group of middlemen wholesalers…
Do I Need a Formula? Speed up Getting Your Labels Approved by Knowing the Answer
Ornellaia Announces New Napa Project
Spanish Producer’s Family Feud: “Pesquera” Trademark Case Dismissed
Willamette Valley Vineyards Reopens with ‘Wine Pods’ for Guests
Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation Partners with the Roots Fund to Support Wine Education
Package Store Owners: Wine Sales in Supermarkets Will Threaten Them
How the Wine Industry Has Been Impacted by COVID-19
iDealwine Announces Record 2020 and Welcomes New Investor, Capital Croissance
Property: Chianti Wine ‘Castle’ Listed for Sale at €14 Million
South Africa Lifts Wine Sales Ban, but the Damage Is Done
Dan Berger: The Benefits of Climate Change
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Recruiting Associates Network – American Canyon, CA, USA
Technical Customer Care Manager
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Quality and Production Assistant
Recruiting Associates Network – Fairfield, CA, USA
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Pivoting During a Pandemic: A Webinar Series
February 10 – Webinar
2020 Oregon Wine Symposium
February 11-12 – Webinar
Enoforum Web Conference
February 23-25 – Webinar
Wine Future 2021
February 23 – 26 – Webinar
Growing Forward: Vineyard & Grower Virtual Conference
March 3 – Webinar
WIN Survey
Bad Year Turns Good for California
Uber to Buy Alcohol Delivery Start-up Drizly for $1.1 Billion
US Wineries Willing to Sell Out
Vintage Wine Estates, One of the Fastest Growing U.S. Wine Producers, to Become a Public Company
Big Names, Big Bottles for Napa Auction
Sonoma County Settles with Vintner Who Flouted Environmental Rules
The Rosé Competition 2021
Staglin Family Vineyard’s Visitor Growth Plans Concern Neighbors
Grape Growers Alarmed Over Profits
Free the Grapes: Direct Shipping from Wineries to US Homes Hit New Highs in 2020, but Restrictive State Law Limits NJ to Nation’s Lowest Growth
California Adopts New Prop 65 Warning Regulations for Online Alcoholic Beverage Sales
18 Litre Bottle of ‘World’s Most Expensive Wine’ Sold
Biodynamic Wine Ranch in California Listed for $23 Million
Daou Welcomes Four Wine Industry Stars to Patrimony Estate Team
Three Things I Learned at the Unified Symposium’s “State of the Industry”
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