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Afternoon Brief, August 11th

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In-Person 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium Is Success
Wine Industry Network (WIN) hosted the 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium on August 5th at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa, CA…
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More Russian River Diversions Halted as Supplies in Upper Basin Grow Increasingly Scarce
State regulators expanded their drought-era halt of Russian River diversions Tuesday, ordering more than 300 additional grape growers, ranchers and other landowners to cease taking water from the basin as authorities seek to conserve rapidly diminishing reservoir supplies and meager stream flows…
Effects of Umami in Wines and Foods
What is umami and why should wine lovers care? Haven’t foods and wines become complicated enough without having to understand one more odd sounding concept?…
Grape Harvest Kicks Off at Sebastopol Winery, Signaling Start of Season in Sonoma County
Under hazy skies and mild temperatures, vineyards workers started the first pick at Iron Horse Vineyards in Sebastopol early Wednesday morning for the annual wine grape harvest, signaling the kickoff of the season that is major driver of the Sonoma County economy as well as a lure for visitors…
Autonomous Tractor Technology Begins Marketing to Western U.S. Orchard and Vineyard Growers
Testing for Wine Smoke ‘Taint’ Drives California Lab Expansion, New Entrants into Market
Women for Winesense Winemaking & Viticulture Roundtable Presents “2021 Harvest Plans: Protocols to Minimize Smoke Impact – Insights and Conversations”
California Drought: Wine Country Vineyard Struggles to Stay Afloat After Well Runs Dry
A New Season for Oregon’s Wine Industry
A Preview of Fire Insurance Relief Coming to California Wineries, Vineyards This Fall
Oregon Wine Experience® Reschedules 2021 Main Events
Mast-Jägermeister Gives Dream Big Darling & the Millinger Group’s ‘Flourish’ Scholarship Multi-Year Boost
FTC Investigating Uber’s Partnership with Gopuff and Its Deal for Drizly: Report
China’s Wine Market Enters Its Third Age
The World’s Most Expensive Italian Wines
Fulfillment House Licensing: The New Way to Undermine Direct to Consumer Shipping
Understanding Brett and Its Divisive Impact on Wine
Challenging the Old Order
Just in Time! Harvest Compliance Training for Wineries
Cannonau: The Wine of Centenarians — A Spectroscopic Data Fusion Approach for the Study of the Polyphenol Content
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AP Wine Imports – New York, NY, USA
Harvest Worker
McClain Cellars – Buellton, CA, USA
Ska Fabricating – Durango, CO, USA
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North Bay Winemaker Adds American Twist to Classic European Spirit
Lodi Winegrape Commission Welcomes New Officers & Board of Directors Members
Ancient Vines and High Altitudes: Meet the Rising Winemaking Stars of Etna
Talking Fair Play with Jonathan Lachs of Cedarville Vineyard
Wine Legend Duimpie Bayly – One of the Fathers of South African’s Pinotage – Dies
Sartorius Study Reveals Time-Saving Opportunities in the Winemaking Lab
LibDib Highlights Corporate Commitment to Female Empowerment & Growth
Important News for the Wine Industry
Laffort Introduces New Winemaker’s Handbook
More Supplier News
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A Healdsburg Winery’s Glitzy Job Contest Promised $10k a Month — It Was a Stunt, and It Worked
Intercept Wines Releases Limited-Edition Cabernet Sauvignon to Honor Defensive Legend Charles Woodson’s Enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Crazy Woman Cellars Opens Tasting Room in Downtown Paso Robles
Winery Invokes the Lost Art of ‘Ampelography’
Marlborough Producer Launches Limited Edition Wines with Esteemed NZ Artist
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