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Afternoon Brief, July 1st

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Farmworker Advocates Renew Call for Extreme Heat Rules After Oregon Laborer Dies
Farmworker advocates are calling on Oregon to adopt emergency rules to protect workers during extreme heat following the death of a Marion County farmworker Saturday…
M. A. Silva USA
Neighbor Sues Napa County Over Napa Valley Winery Approval
A Napa Valley homeowner has filed a lawsuit against Napa County over its decision to approve major upgrades at the winery next door to his property, including a new entrance near his house…
Slowed Grape Ripening Can Improve Resulting Wine
Now, researchers reporting in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry have tweaked growing conditions for Cabernet Sauvignon grapes to slow down their ripening, which increased the levels of compounds associated with wine’s characteristic floral and fruity notes…
Farewell to the Cult of the Somm
Wine industry figures suggest the pandemic might offer a chance for sommeliers to reset and thrive…
Best USA Sommelier Association (BUSA) Opens Registration for August 9 Competition, the Preliminary Qualification to Compete for “Best Sommelier in the World”
Registration Opens for Alma Rosa Winery’s “Peace of Mind: 10,000 Steps in the Right Direction” Fundraiser Benefiting Mental Health
O’Neill Vintners & Distillers Honored with Wine Institute’s California Green Medal Leader Award
Bee Conservation Abuzz at Troon
‘Oregon Wine Experience Plans in-Person, Virtual Events
‘We Are Not Constrained by Tradition’: The Budding Wine Scene in Fredericksburg, Texas
Wine Grape Field Day to Be Held at Horticulture Research Station
World-Class Sponsors Come Together to Support Diversity & Inclusion in Wine at the Golden Vines(TM) Awards Ceremony & Dinner
How Bordeaux Is Becoming a Serious Player in Fine Rosé
California Wine Month Returns to Hong Kong
Georgian Qvevri Granted Protected Geographical Indication (PGI)
TCR Industries
These Education and Mentorship Programs Offer Inclusive Alternatives to Traditional Wine Certifications
Dan Berger: Varietal Confusion
What Do You Talk About with Someone Whose Family Started Making Wine in the 17th Century?
Wine: A Matter of Taste?
Age Counts in Pinot Noir Plantings
Wine Industry Network
Tasting Room Manager
St. Francis Winery and Vineyards – Santa Rosa, CA, USA
Production & Shipping Associate
Master the World – Healdsburg, CA, USA
Peregrine Mobile Bottling, LLC – Sonoma, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
Laura Catena on the Storytelling Power of Wine Labels
Miller Family Wine Company Welcomes Jill Jenkins as Manager, Central Region
Sommelier’s Cancer Journey Inspires Wine Collaboration for Research
These LGBTQ+ Wine Pros Are Shaking Up an Age-Old Industry
Piper-Heidsieck Chief Winemaker Named 2021 Sparkling Winemaker of the Year
Diam Closures
Introducing Chr. Hansen’s New Yeast Strain – Viniflora Octave
Winery Automation Saving Energy, Water, and Increasing Sustainability – Views of Kelly Graves (VinWizard)
Kitting Can Be Creative, But Start Planning with Your Fulfillment Partner Now
Preventing Root Rot in Hydroponics with Temperature Control
More Supplier News
Wine & Weed Symposium
Day Drinking by Little Big Town Hits a High Note in the Can Wine Category
Bravo’s Top Chef Finale Hosted at Willamette Valley Vineyards
Cline Family Cellars Introduces the Seven Ranchlands On-Premise Range
Rising Like a Phoenix
Unshackled Releases Sauvignon Blanc
Wine Industry Network
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