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Afternoon Brief, March 12th

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Pandemic Rules Loosened for California Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries
Breweries, wineries and distilleries will soon be allowed to operate outdoors statewide — even if they don’t serve food — in the latest loosening of California’s coronavirus business restrictions…
M. A. Silva USA
New Grape Variety Names Approved
We recently granted administrative approval for the use of the grape varieties Pecorino and Verdicchioa as a type designation on American wine labels…
Washington Wine: A Tale of Two Industries
Washington wines have seen the biggest sales drop in 20 years, mostly because of one winery’s dominance…
SRJC Wine Studies Program Announces New Major for Wine Cellar Workers
The degree teaches students, through hands-on experience, the theory and practices used in the production of wine, including basic grape growing practices and vineyard decisions…
Napa County Hears Report on Wine Industry, Tourism in Flux
Texas Wine Growers Supports the Filing of New Texas Wine Labeling Bill
5 Insights from Drizly’s February Sales
New Certification Program Addresses Need for Virus-Free Vines
An Open Passport to Visit Twelve of the Finest Wine Producing Families in Europe to be Offered at Sotheby’s
For French Wine Pros, COVID Smell Loss Is an ‘Amputation’
Italy Distributes Planting Rights for 6,722 Hectares
Ireland: A Post-COVID Wine Renaissance?
Vinexpo to Launch New Show in India This Year
Online Wine Tastings as Company Events
Luxury Wine Wall with ‘Robotic Arm’ Launches
Della Toffola USA Ltd
Unionville Vineyards – Hunterdon County, NJ, USA
2021 Harvest Crew
Elk Cove Vineyards – Gaston, OR, USA
Hospitality Support
Domaine Serene Vineyards & Winery – Dayton, OR, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
2021 London Wine Competition
March 15 – Webinar
How to Modulate the Aromatic Expression of Wines by Closure Selection
March 25 – Webinar
US Sustainable Winegrowing Summit
April 19 – 21 – Webinar
Enoforum USA
May 4 – 6 – Webinar
Wine Industry Sales Symposium
May 25 – 26 – Webinar
Wine World Legend Steven Spurrier, 1941-2021
U.S. and Europe Will Suspend Tariffs on Alcohol, Food and Airplanes
Growing Forward: A Look to the Future for Winegrowers
Treasury Wine Estates Reaches Long-Term Agreement with the Wine Group for Several Commercial Brands in Its US Portfolio
Bud Break Begins in Napa Valley
The Largest Family-Owned Winery in the U.S. Fiercely Commits to Hiring Women
Sonoma County Growers’ Eyes Are on the Skies as Vineyards Push Towards Bud Break
Wineries Turn Their Backs on VinItaly
How Changes in Tasting Rooms Due to the COVID-19 Crisis Are Affecting Customer Satisfaction and Purchasing Habits
Napa County Will Develop Rules to Allow Micro-Wineries to Offer Wine Tasting
Pernod Ricard Rumoured to Be Mulling Treasury Wine Takeover
Sonoma County Eases Permitting for Low-Impact Vineyard Replanting
Napa County Tries to Find Staglin Winery Visitor Balance
The Southern Glazer’s-Constellation Deal Is One More Slap Up the Head for Wine Drinkers
Bordeaux Vines Get Swept Away in Landslide
Diam Closures


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