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Afternoon Brief, March 4th

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‘Catastrophic’ Fire Damages Larson Family Winery in Sonoma County
With roots that date back to 1899, Larson Family Winery was one of the earlier wineries to open in Sonoma Valley. But a devastating blaze Wednesday night has reduced the tasting room to rubble…
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Ukrainian Wineries Trade Wine for Weapons
Russia invaded their country on February 24, 2022. Quickly, Ukrainian winemakers traded wine for weapons…
Napa Green Redevelops Vineyard Certification, Hopes to Set New Sustainable Standards
It is out with the old and in with the new for Napa Green, which is now the first winegrowing certification program in the world to redevelop and overhaul their sustainability standards…
Russia & Ukraine: A Statement from the DWWA
Following the recent invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the Decanter World Wine Awards will be cancelling the entries for any Russian wineries which have entered the competition, and their wines will not be judged…
Napa’s Historic Heitz Cellar Reopens with $1,000 Tasting, and 8 Other New Wine Country Options
Aquilini Beverage Emerging as a Player in Washington Wine
San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Showers Muscardini Cellars with Gold
Oregon Poised to Become 8th State to Require Overtime Pay for Farmworkers
Celebrating National Women and Washington Wine Month
Will the Illinois Legislature Listen to the Biden Administration’s View on the Liquor Industry?
Meet the Immigrant Woman Who Launched Franzia, the World’s Largest-Volume Wine Brand
Top Quality Wines Win Awards at Anniversary Tasting
The 2022 ProWein Report: the Mood of the Global Industry. A Green Future?
Hawke’s Bay Winegrowers Say Omicron a ‘Significant Concern’
Building an African Icon Wine
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Oregon Wine Symposium LIVE – Trade Show Experience
March 8-9 – Portland, OR
Vinexpo America—Where the Wine and Spirits World Meets in America
March 9 – New York, NY
WIN Webinar: Text Enable Your Winery – The Complete How-To Guide
March 10 – Webinar
UC Davis Grapevine Red Blotch Disease Symposium (In-Person or Virtual)
March 16 – Davis, CA
Eastern Winery Exposition- Providing Everything an Eastern Winery or Vineyard Could Need
March 22 – Syracuse, NY
World Bulk Wine Exhibition
Anti-Russia Protests Hit Wrong Target
Two Brits Charged in New York Over Massive Wine Fraud
Navigating the Wine Industry’s Property Insurance Conundrum
California Growers Left High and Dry
A New Wave of TV Shows Is Cracking Open the Conversation About Diversity in Wine
Fire & Ice: Can Pruning Practices Mitigate Effects of Climate Change?
Paso Robles Winery Owner Could Buy Russian Oligarch’s Soccer Team
Successfully Sell Wine No One Wants or Knows About
Wineries Are Luring Top Chefs with Better Work Conditions—Competing with Wine Country’s Finest Restaurants
Bidders Worldwide Vie for Napa Valley’s Most Innovative Wines at 2022 Premiere Napa Valley Wine Auction
A Wealthy Family’s Plans for a Napa Vineyard Have Exploded into Controversy—The Outcome Could Define the Valley’s Future
Climate Change Is Causing More Wildfires and Governments Are Unprepared, Says U.N.
Structure Fire Hits Larson Family Winery in Sonoma
Texas Wineries and Grape Growers Face Dubious Future
NFTs and the Future of the Alcoholic Beverage Industry


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