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Afternoon Brief, July 19th

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MONDAY, JULY 19
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Flooding Devastates Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, Damaging Wineries in Ahr
More than 180 people are confirmed dead; Mosel vintners grapple with floodwaters while winemakers elsewhere organize relief efforts…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
‘A Different Market Going Forward’: What’s Next for California Fine Wine Post-Pandemic
The business of premium wine has fared well overall through the coronavirus pandemic, but even as the economy continues to reopen nationwide, vintners will find a much different market than a year ago, according to a key industry analyst speaking at a virtual North Coast business event Wednesday…
Scorched, Parched and Now Uninsurable: Climate Change Hits Wine Country
Sunscreen on grapes. Toilet water that is treated and used for irrigation. Napa Valley winemakers are taking extreme steps in the face of climate change…
California Wine Grower Report Alleges 2020 ‘Predatory Conduct’ in Smoke Rejections. Winery Attorneys Say There’s More to the Story
A new legal analysis commissioned by two prominent California wine grape grower trade groups pulled back the veil on the chaotic 2020 harvest, including vintners’ rejecting delivery of fruit, asserting that some of those refusals were based on thin or suspect reasoning, and suggesting growers push to have more specific contract language to avoid having their grapes being turned away…
The Shipping Container Shortage Is Getting Worse
Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium Taking Place In-Person and Virtually, January 19-20, 2022
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Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction Preview Week July 26-30 Offers Registered Trade Bidders Tastes of One-of-a-Kind Willamette Wines Before Live Auction on Aug. 5
Challenging the 8th Circuit’s Remaking of the Commerce Clause
The 2021 San Luis Obispo County Wine Industry Awards Recognize Leaders of the Industry at the California Mid-State Fair
As Harvest Season Approaches, How Is the Bulk Wine Market Performing?
Massive Change Proposed for Champagne
France Makes First Move to Appease Champagne/Shampanskoïe Dispute
Australia Goes to War on Wine Fakes
Big Name Wine Brands up for Sale: ‘There Would Be Interest’
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BLOGS
 
The Future of the Wine and Spirits Sales Rep Role
Can Design-Forward Tasting Rooms Bring Millennials to Wine?
Mystery Shopping Other Wineries
The Most Important Grape You’ve Never Tasted
The Evolution of Debauchery
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WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Tasting Room Assistant Manager
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Peregrine Mobile Bottling, LLC – Sonoma, CA, USA
Harvest 2021 Intern
Anomaly Vineyards – St. Helena, CA, USA
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PEOPLE
 
Sonoma County Innovator Mixes Wine, ‘Green’ Building to Thwart Climate Change
Matthew Rhys, Matthew Goode, James Purefoy and Dominic West Take a Global Wine Tour in Season Three of the Wine Show
‘Drink Less, but Better’: Actor Sam Neill on Winemaking and What’s Next
The Passion for Walla Walla at Caprio Cellars
Sarah Michelle Gellar Teams up with Yellow Tail on Low Alcohol Wine Range
Wine & Weed Symposium
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Affinity Creative Amplifies Women’s Empowerment Message for the Cycles Gladiator Wine Brand
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VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Willamette Valley Vineyards to Open Four Winery Restaurants Within Two Years
Clos de la Tech Uses Advanced Drone Technology
Sovi Wines Debuts Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé
The Plumpjack Collection of Wineries Announces Nationwide Winemaker Dinner in Partnership with Mastro’s Restaurants on August 24
Ramón Bilbao Embarks on an American Journey
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