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Afternoon Brief, October 1st

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How Would a TTB Shutdown Affect You?
Not for the first time and probably not for the last, the federal government has narrowly averted a shutdown. Congress agreed on a short-term spending bill that will keep nonessential federal agencies funded though December 3, 2021…
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159,152 Bottles of Wine Shipped Illegally into Michigan over 3 Months Last Year, Officials Say
More than one-third of bottles shipped to Michigan during that time were done so illegally, data says…
Partnership Applies Genome Search Engine to 7,000 Grapevines
A new partnership revealing the genetic secrets hidden in 7,000 grapevines are yielding clues that could make the U.S. grape industry more resilient and deliver new kinds of grapes to benefit growers and consumers alike…
Lighter-Weight North Coast Wine Grape Harvest Speeds Toward a Close
Early, fast, light and — so far — smoke free. That’s how growers and vintners are summing up this year’s North Coast wine grape harvest, which is expected to be mostly wrapped by the end of October…
Latinas Wine Club Celebrates Its One-Year Anniversary with the Official Launch of #WineSchool
Napa’s Gonzalez Vineyard Management, Mission Meals Coalition Partner to Feed Farmworker Community
Oakland Is Full of Hip Natural Wine Bars. Now, El Cerrito Is Getting One
APCOR Partners with San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival® to Promote Environmental Benefits of Cork
Alcohol Delivery Law Goes into Effect in Alabama
Sycamore Partners Completes Acquisition of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
Champagne Triumphs Through Adversity
A ‘Winegrowers Vintage’ in Provence: Updates on the 2021 Wine Harvest
Renewable Energy Initiatives Spur Land-Use Debates in Italy
Wine2Wine Business Forum 2021: Russia the Protagonist of the Eighth Edition
Wine Adulteration in Austria
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Bogle Vineyards – Clarksburg, CA, USA
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pureCru Wines – Lodi, CA, USA
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Craft Beverage Expo and Distribution Conference
October 18 – 20 – Webinar
Sunset International Spirits Competition
October 19 – 20 – Webinar
International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show – San Francisco
November 9 – 10 – Sonoma County, CA
World Bulk Wine Exhibition
November 22 – 23 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
North Coast Wine Industry Expo
December 2 – Sonoma County, CA
Beverage Trade Network
Newest Approved AVA–Virginia Peninsula
California Farm Worker Union Marching to the French Laundry After Newsom Vetoes Labor Bill
Napa’s Copper Cane Settles Oregon Label Fight with $50k Payout
Op Ed: Dear Sommeliers, It’s OK to Like Zinfandel
Vintage Wine Estates in Santa Rosa Acquires Large Club Vinesse for $14 Million
Millennials Drive the Sparkling Wine Category
US Wine Sales Looking Up
Largest Counterfeit Bordeaux Wines Busted in China
Governor Newsom Signs Legislation Supporting Sustainable Practice in Wine: Consumers Can Refill Bottles at Tasting Rooms
Fairwinds Estate Winery Takes Insurance Company to Court Claiming Misleading Policy, Refusal to Pay
California’s Best Value Wines
New Study Confirms Less Water Usage in Vineyard Can Result in Better Grapes
Two Napa Wineries Clean Up Use Permit Violations
Californian Chardonnay ‘Will Become Very Collectable’
This Sonoma County Restaurant Offers a Whopping 130 Wines by the Glass. But How to Choose?
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