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Afternoon Brief, December 20th

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Pioneering Wine Industry Leader Art Ciocca Passes Away
Arthur “Art” Ciocca, founder of The Wine Group, has passed away at the age of 84. Known for his vision, entrepreneurial spirit, integrity, and deep-rooted values, Art was the founder of The Wine Group and its CEO for 26 years…
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What Future for the Champagne Industry After the Pandemic?
In the wake of the pandemic, annual global sales of champagne fell by nearly a fifth. Analysis of data on the ups and downs of this iconic French industry over more than a century suggests that its future is likely to be brighter than was feared in the early months of Covid-19…
Wine Country Tourism Faces a Challenge, How to Deal with Climate Change
Perhaps more than any sector of the North Bay and state’s economy, the tourism and hospitality industry and its ability to lure visitors is being severely tested by climate change…
Lower Long Tom: Oregon’s Newest Wine Region Wins the Name Game
On Dec. 10, the Lower Long Tom became the third Willamette Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA) approved by the federal government in the past year. The people making Oregon’s wine maps must be busier than Santa’s elves these days…
Californians Head to This New York Wine Region to ‘Stay Creative’
Pierce’s Disease, Glassy Winged Sharpshooter Board Holds Annual Research Symposium Focused on Protecting California’s Vineyards
Napa County Supervisors Reject Appeal of Walt Ranch Project
The Small Producers Driving the West Coast’s Riesling Revival
Willamette Valley: Small Producers Reflecting Back and Looking Ahead
Low-Alcohol Canned Wine RTDs Set to Boom in 2022
Philippe Cambie, Dynamic Winemaking Consultant of Châteauneuf-Du-Pape and Beyond, Dies at 59
New Bordeaux Classification Heads to Court
Bordeaux Wine Week Debuts from 16 to 26 June 2022
Covid Clobbers South African Wine Again
The World’s Best Syrahs
Liquor Shipping and Illinois’ Class 4 Folly
We Tried Barefoot’s New Oreo Thins Wine and Here’s How It Went
Why We Are Never Going to Know Whether Wine Is Good for Us, or Not
Is That Dill in Your Wine?
Insights from Drizly’s Top 5 Napa Cabernets
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DH Wine Compliance – Santa Rosa, CA, USA
868 Estate Vineyards – Loudoun County, VA, USA
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King Estate Winery – Eugene, OR, USA
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Winesellers, Ltd. Expands National Accounts Division with New Hire Christi Gainer as Director of National Accounts – Midwest
BevStrat Founder Brian Rosen to Join the Advisory Board of ReserveBar, the Established Leader in Premium and Luxury Spirits E-Commerce
Anna Bassett Talks Bonifacia Wines
Napa Wine Co. Business Manager Elected to California Trade Group Board; Redwood Credit Union Honored by Hispanic Chamber
Interview: Vincent Chiaramonte, CEO, Santa Margherita USA
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Bell Wine Cellars Maintains Their Equipment for Predictability: A Case Study for TCW’s Equipment Services
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Labels for Tapered Containers: A Compatibility Guide
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Treasury Wine Estates Leads the Way with First Sustainability Linked Loans in Asia-Pacific
Sonoma County’s Knights Bridge Winery Production Facility Reflects Sustainability Commitment
A Trailblazing Oregon Winery Preps to Debut a New Sparkling Wine
Swiss Wine Is No Longer a Secret
Demand Erupts for La Palma Wine That Shares Name with Volcano
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