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Afternoon Brief, July 16th

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Judge Advances Class Action Over ‘Mislabeled’ Wine
A California winemaker cannot dodge a class action claiming it used deceptive labels to give consumers a false impression that its pinot noir was made in a renowned Oregon wine region, a federal judge ruled Wednesday…
M. A. Silva USA
Willamette Valley Gains Global Protection of Its Name
The Willamette Valley today received formal recognition and protection by the European Union (EU) through Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Status approval…
US Wine Exports Total $1.29 Billion in 2020
U.S. wine exports, more than 95% from California, reached $1.29 billion in winery revenues and 377 million liters (41.9 million cases) in 2020, according to Wine Institute using Trade Data Monitor…
Is Canned Wine Growing Up?
Sales continue to surge as winemakers put better, more interesting wines in cans. Plus, get scores and tasting notes for 16 new canned wines…
Ocean Wine Storage Company Requests Approval to Install Seafloor Storage Cages Offshore of Montecito
National Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Direct-to-Consumer Shipping of Spirits
Sonoma Wines That Pay Homage to the Rhône
Two American Viticultural Areas Proposed
Could You Order Wine by U.S. Mail Soon?
Cabernet Franc’s Shot at Glory
As Harvest Season Approaches, How Is the Bulk Wine Market Performing?
The Battle of Champagne Versus Champagne
Portuguese Producer Sogrape Co-Develops Kit to Restore Sense of Smell in COVID Patients
Waitaki Winemakers Beat Overall Trend
Alcohol Caused 740,000 Cancer Cases Globally Last Year
SGS North America
Tasting Room Associate
RD Winery – Napa, CA, USA
VP of Operations
BevZero – Santa Rosa, CA, USA
Harvest Cellar Technician
Aperture Cellars – Healdsburg, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
OIV Wine Marketing Program
July 19 – Webinar
Food Safety Requirements & Best Practices for Wineries
July 20 – Webinar
Wine Business Institute Research Summit
July 21 – Webinar
The Wine eCommerce Landscape Is Changing: Here’s How to Compete
July 22 – Webinar
Wine & Weed Symposium
August 5 – Santa Rosa, California
Washington Winery Sale Raises Questions
Executive Order on Promoting Competition … In the Wine Industry
Sonoma DA Files Civil Complaint Against Krasilsa Pacific Farms
As California Wineries Lose Insurance, Some Fear This Fire Season Will Be Their Last
American-Native Grape, Muscadine, Proves Profitable
Breaking: Head of Hong Kong Wine Merchant Major Cellar Arrested
Livermore Winemakers Look to New Grape to Fight Climate Change
Hundreds Gather to Celebrate Life of Vintner Jim Clendenen
Wine Not Invited to Cool Kids’ Party
Napa Tourism Boom Hampered by Lingering COVID-19 Impacts
Carbon Capture During Fermentation Could Make Wine a Negative-Emission Industry
Wine Consumption Surged in Select Markets in 2020 – But How Will Consumer Behaviour Change Going Forward?
In California, a New Strategy to Fight Grapevine-Killing Bacteria
Costco Expects Robust Sales Trends to Continue Through the Second Half
The Top California Female Winemakers to Get to Know
Wine & Weed Symposium
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