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Afternoon Brief, August 16th

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Right-Wine Extremist from L.A. Who Turned a Lodi Vineyard into a Shooting Range Cops a Plea with Feds
Right-wing extremist Benjamin Jong Ren Hung who, according to FBI court documents, turned his family’s Lodi-area vineyard into a militia-style, illegal firearms training camp — complete with human target mannequins — has signed a plea deal with federal prosecutors…
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Wine Scientists Running Studies to Combat Smoke Exposure
As wildfire season scorches the Pacific Northwest, Washington State University researchers are working to find new ways to mitigate wine grape smoke exposure…
How Climate Might Be Affecting Napa Valley Wine Grape Quality
Warren Winiarski, founder and former winemaker at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars in Napa Valley, is funding research that could give wine grape growers new tools to cope with climate change…
Drought, Frost, Heat Blamed for Light Mendocino County Wine Grape Crop
Vineyards in Potter, Redwood and Ukiah valleys may more heavily impacted by the reduction in grape tonnage this season than other North Coast appellations from the second straight year of drought, but Mendocino County’s crop size could also be impacted by frost, according to market watchers and growers…
Napa Valley Grapegrowers Report: Napa Valley Farmerworkers Foundation Celebrates 10 Years
Central Oregon Winegrowers Schedule Summer Summit
LA’s Little-Known Winemaking History Dates Back 200 Years, and It’s Still Alive Today
Hue Society’s Wine & Culture Fest Celebrates Black and Brown Winemakers
Do Low-Yield Vines Really Make Better Wines?
‘A Focus On Quality’: Mexico’s Wine Industry Bears Fruit in Revival of Tradition
Shrinking Supply Sends Price of French Oak Barrels Soaring
Why France’s Well-Travelled Grapes Conquered the World
European and Chilean Wines Gain as Anti-dumping Duties Hit Australia’s Sales to China
New Trial to Put Precision Site Mapping to the Test
Sustainable Wines of Great Britain Announces First Accredited Wines
The Feds Want to Make the Wine Market More Competitive
The Magical Powers of the Three Tier System
How to Take Better Bottle Shots
Where on Earth Are the Organic Vineyards?
Your Wine Is Toxic and Poisonous
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