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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
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Tennessee Legislators Aim to Limit Winery Direct Shipping Sales
Lawmakers propose banning winery direct shipping through fulfillment houses, which handle logistics for small wineries; federal court upholds Missouri ban on out-of-state wine merchants…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
Rabobank Wine Quarterly: COVID Creating Favourable Conditions for Industry Consolidation
The global pandemic made 2020 a challenging year for the wine industry and, while on-premise consumption is forecast to start to recover later in 2021, developments over the past year are expected to have a lasting impact on the structure of the global wine industry and what it takes for future success, according to Rabobank’s latest global Wine Quarterly report…
California Cuts Back Wine Grape Acreage
Vineyard removals and a short 2020 crop ease the pressure, but “structural oversupply” remains…
The Complex Science and Evolving Toll of Smoke Taint
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Warmer California Winters May Fuel Grapevine-Killing Pierce’s Disease
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Treasury Wine to Retain ‘Meaningful Presence’ in China
How China Is Devastating Australia’s Billion-Dollar Wine Industry
Organic Wine Remains #1 Sustainable Wine Type, but Desire to Buy Is Waning
Whisky Can Show Terroir Like Fine Wine, Suggests Study
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The Pursuit of Subtlety
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Industry Experts Help Smaller Beverage Companies Play with the Big Guys
Black Vintner Aims to Add a Double Dose of Diversity to the Wine World
Breaking Old World Rules: The Winemaking McBride Sisters
Biogill Appoints New VP to Lead Expansion in North America
Black and Female Winemakers You Can Support Today: An Interview with Ruben Morancy of Adams Wine Shop
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SUPPLIER NEWS
 
New Mobile Experience Offers Offline Functionality for Grapegrowing and Winemaking Operations
Ciatti’s Global Market Report, February 2021
Future of Wine Marketing: Capturing the Attention of Millennials and Generation Z
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More Supplier News
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VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Delille Cellars Releases 25th Vintage of Harrison Hill, a Washington Vineyard Legacy with the State’s Second Oldest Cabernet Vines
Affinity Creative’s Sweet Design for Oliver Winery
Dalla Valle Vineyards and Ornellaia Partner for DVO Red Wine
Whitecliff Wines of New Zealand Introduces Rosé to U.S. Market
Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Releases Podcast
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